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Restaurant industry can introspect and reinvent during Covid2019: Sanjeev Kapoor

The restaurant industry, just like any other industry in the country, has suffered huge losses since the Covid2019 outbreak. India’s culinary master and food entrepreneur, Sanjeev Kapoor, in a virtual fireside chat with indiantelevision.com founder, CEO and editor-in-chief Anil Wanvari talks about...

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Is FB-Jio deal just a great Indian e-commerce story?

What has been hogging the limelight lately? The Rs-43,574-crore Facebook-Jio deal. When the whole country was down on its knees bogged down by the Covid2019 pandemic, when marketing sentiments were at its nether, the deal came as a big surprise, a refreshing break from all the gloom and doom.

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Multichannel TV, digital video growing in Myanmar: CASBAA report

MUMBAI: Multichannel TV and digital video markets continue to grow exponentially in Myanmar. Around 12 months ago, the TV household penetration touched 5.8 million homes, or 55%.

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Will LeEco's device-content bundling strategy pay off in India?

MUMBAI: There’s a content acquirer on the prowl in India. And it is carrying a fat purse to buy and create the content. Chinese company Leshi Internet Information & Technology aka LeEco – introduced its Super3 TV sets in India last week – and a day later a whisper campaign started that it was...

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Government & private initiatives required to achieve ambitious goal of Digital India

MUMBAI: According to Akamai’s 2015 Asia Pacific Survey, India had the lowest average broadband speeds of 2.5 Mbps

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