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Hooq to maintain its Hollywood focus in India

MUMBAI: Content differentiates the platform and hook the consumers. To become a differentiator, VoD platform Hooq differentiated its offering by not diluting its energy into various verticals.

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Aastha TV to launch OTT, VOD service

MUMBAI: Now mobile users who are fans of spiritual gurus like Morari Bapu, Shivani, Acharya Balkrishna and Swami Ramdev will be able to watch their programmes and discourses while on the go.  The Swami Ramdev-Acharya Balkrishna-owned Vedic Broadcasting today  launched an app which will stream the...

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Sun Direct adds Sun NXT free with DTH subscription

MUMBAI: Sun Direct is finding ways to hold on to its subscriber base amidst the hordes of consolidation and shutdowns happening in the industry. Strengthening its hold in the South, which forms the largest chunk of its territory, it has announced a free membership of its video-on-demand (VOD)...

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Guest column: Taking Indian content to the global market

The year 2017 has been a year of paradigm shifts in the wake of Digital India. Over the last couple of years, international OTT and VOD players such as Netflix, Amazon Prime Video, etc, have been making inroads in the Indian market to unlock the true potential that our increasing digital-first...

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Apple commits $4.2 bn for original content

MUMBAI: Apple can?t get enough of taking more bites. The Cupertino-based company is reportedly spending a whopping $4.2 billion a year on coming up with original content by 2022.

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