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Future Today launches on Cox TV platforms

OTT publishing platform Future Today has announced a new distribution deal with the recent launch of Fawesome, HappyKids and FilmRise channels on Cox Contour TV and Contour Stream Player.

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Samsung is India’s most desired brand; Sony TV fourth in the list

MUMBAI: South Korean mobile brand Samsung has topped the list of TRA’s Most Desired Brands 2020. The next spot is followed by Apple which has moved one rank up as compared to last year. Apple steadily climbed rank from 290 in the year 2015 to now being second. Samsung has secured its place in the...

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Apple TV Plus unveils release dates for originals

Upping the ante in streaming and content services, Apple TV plus announced the premiere dates of its Originals including Steven Spielberg’s Amazing Stories, which is a sci-fi anthology that is scheduled to be released on 6 March 2020, Variety said in its report.

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Mayank Jain assigned as chief Product Officer of short news content app ‘Shortpedia’

MUMBAI: Mayank Jain joins Shortpedia, a technology driven short news content provider as its Chief Product Officer. He will be responsible for the company's product innovations and drive revenue at the same time. A young and dynamic media professional, Mayank’s last stint was with Dentsu Aegis...

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Disney CEO Bob Iger resigns from Apple's board

MUMBAI: Disney CEO Bob Iger has stepped down from Apple’s board of directors the day Apple announced the price and release date for its streaming service. The resignation comes at a time when both the companies are upping the game in the streaming business.

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