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SonyLIV 2.0 seeks to refresh through new-age, youthful vibe

While the lockdown demotivated many, it did not stop OTT platform SonyLIV from taking a bold stop. With new content in-store, SonyLIV is reviving itself as SonyLIV 2.0. A new team which took up the role to lead the platform last year has reimagined the transformation.

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Cinemas stare at empty halls, slow recovery post Covid2019

The movie industry has found itself cornered for the first time in history. Cinema halls stayed shuttered since March and it might take a while for the footfall to get back to normal. Meanwhile, business revenue has come to a grinding halt and producers are keen on releasing films on OTT platforms.

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Amazon Prime Video strikes partnership with Jio

MUMBAI : Amazon today announced its collaboration with Jio, India’s largest and fastest growing digital service company, to provide JioFiber subscribers access to premium content on Amazon Prime Video app on its set-top box. In addition, Jio will offer one year of Prime membership worth Rs 999 a...

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Are brands ready to make the most of Twitter fleets?

MUMBAI: Recently, micro-blogging site Twitter joined the likes of Instagram, Snapchat and Facebook by launching fleets, stories which will disappear in 24 hours. The purpose is to encourage timid Twitter users to post their drafted thoughts without the social pressure of public likes and replies.

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OnePlus TV launches dedicated Amazon Prime Video section on Oxygen Play

MUMBAI: OnePlus, the global technology brand, announced their latest update for OnePlus TVs, with the launch of a new dedicated Amazon Prime Video section on the Oxygen Play platform.

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