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MNX challenges legacy players in the movies category

The rise in India’s urban educated millennials has also led to the spurt of channels in the English entertainment and movies genre. Over the last few years, several new additions have made their way including MN+, &Prive and Sony Le Plex.

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Sony India bets on Pro Volleyball League

More customers in India joined the Prime membership program in the week leading up to Prime Day than in any other week before, with more than 35% of new members living in tier 2-3 towns.

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Mayank Dayal joins SPN's sports side

Mayank Dayal has joined Sony Pictures Networks India as associate vice president, where he is responsible for handling the sports cluster's marketing and communications strategies as well as overall branding and imagery. He also handles the annual marketing plans, creating a calendar of campaigns...

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SPN's digital play for the FIFA World Cup

Mumbai: In a bid to offer consumers a world-class sporting experience, Sony Pictures Network India (SPN) has pulled out all stops for their coverage of the FIFA World Cup. After launching the 'meri doosri country' promotional campaign, the company has now planned a major digital push for the...

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Is it the end of the road for anime in India?

MUMBAI: Back in the 90s, a new legion of toon addicts was created in India with the advent of anime shows such as Pokémon, Dragonball Z and Naruto that were telecast on Cartoon Network. A few years later, the genre hasn’t found the popularity in Indian kids that it has in some other parts of the...

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