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Oyo expands footprint in China

MUMBAI: Indian budget hotel company Oyo Rooms has forayed into China to cater to the country’s burgeoning hospitality industry. Oyo Rooms. The Softbank-backed Oyo in China will have 11,000 exclusive-franchise or merchandised rooms across 26 cities. The service will be available in Xiamen, Kunming,...

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YouTube launches two new streaming services in 12 countries

MUMBAI: YouTube has launched YouTube Red, YouTube, two paid services Music in 12 new countries. Google has announced that YouTubeMusic and YouTube Premium will continue its global rollout.

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Travelxp trains focus on production

MUMBAI: Prashant Chotani-run Travelxp is launching in the UK on 30 April on the country's Freeview platform.

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Rahul Sarangi - Greymatter Entertainment @ Mip Formats

Mumbai, April 6, 2018: Co-founder & Director, Rahul Sarangi is the First Indian invited to be on the panel of Spot the Talent (Formats) @ MIP Formats – 7th April & 8th April 2018 at the Palais des Festivals et des Congres de Cannes in Cannes, France. Rahul will be a panelist amongst...

Television Production House Fiction
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BBC admits struggling to compete with Netflix, Amazon

Even a broadcaster and ancient brand like the BCC cannot escape the threat of the new digital transformation and change in audience habit. In its second annual report, the British broadcaster admitted that it is facing a crisis as the viewing habits of younger audiences change.

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