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India's ad-revenue to rebound over 2020-25 with 13 % CAGR : MPA

New Delhi: After a 27 per cent plunge in 2020, ad revenue in India is forecast to rebound strongly over 2020-25 with a CAGR of 13 per cent, said a new report released by Media Partners Asia (MPA) on Monday. According to the report- Asia Pacific Advertising Trends 2021, digital advertising is...

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China bans BBC World News over 'content violation'

China's broadcasting regulator has announced that it has pulled BBC World News off air, accusing the channel of flouting guidelines for reporting in the country. The action comes barely a week after Ofcom, the British media regulator, stated that it had revoked China Global Television Network’s (...

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Trump approves TikTok deal 'in concept'

It seems that the Byte Dance owned short video platform TikTok has got a breather in the US after the president had ordered the app to be banned in the region, citing national security concerns.

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TikTok selects Oracle in the US after rejecting Microsoft offer

KOLKATA: TikTok has chosen Oracle for a business partnership after abandoning talks with Microsoft. The Bytedance owned short-video app has chosen Oracle as a technology partner. According to reports, the terms of the deal are still evolving. It is not clear yet if Oracle would take an ownership...

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Twitter announces new labels for government, state-affiliated media accounts

NEW DELHI: Twitter has announced that the micro-blogging site has started labelling accounts of government officials and state-affiliated media. The blog read that it will focus on labelling ‘Senior officials and entities who are the official voice of the state abroad.’ For the time being, this...

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