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India: 40 per cent smartphone users stream live videos; leads in new subs

MUMBAI: There is a rise of 5G networks and consumers subscribing to the network. By 2022, there will be a growth in mobile broadband to 6.1 billion unique subscribers. Forecasting the trends in telecom sector across the world, Ericsson Mobility Report has pointed out that approximately half a...

iWorld Video On Demand
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travelxp partners with AzamTV; brings content to Africa

After venturing into 4K, travelxp is in news for tying up with Azam Tv, and reaching out to audiences in Tanzania, Kenya, Uganda, Malawi & Rwanda. Azam TV

Television TV Channels Factual
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Global pay TV revenues hit $184 billion in 2012, Pay TV shows growth in last five years

NEW DELHI: The number of pay TV households (analog and digital) reached 772 million by 2012, according to a new report from Digital TV Research. The figure had been 585 million in 2008, according to Digital TV Research.

Technology Software Applications
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Columbia Pictures begins development on 'Bad Teacher' sequel

MUMBAI: Columbia Pictures is developing Bad Teacher 2, to be directed by Jake Kasdan and written by Justin Malen, it was announced today by Columbia Pictures president Doug Belgrad and Hannah Minghella, president of Production for the studio.

Movies International
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'Dabba' to be distributed by Sony in North America

NEW DELHI: The Lunchbox (Dabba), which made its debut at the Cannes Film Festival‘s Critics‘ Week section, has been acquired by Sony Pictures Classics for North America.

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