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India to be APAC’s fourth largest online video subscription opportunity by 2023: MPA

The latest report by Media Partners Asia (MPA) predicts that by 2023, India will be Asia Pacific’s fourth-largest online video subscription opportunity after China, Australia and Japan.

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Eros Now enters Sri Lanka with Dialog Axiata

MUMBAI: Dialog Axiata, Sri Lanka’s premier connectivity provider, has announced its partnership with India's video over-the-top (OTT) platform Eros Now. This association allows users to seamlessly browse through over 20,000 hours of original Indian content in over 10 languages.

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Apple signs multi-year deal with Oprah Winfrey

MUMBAI: Remember the Oprah Winfrey show? The unstoppable business woman  behind the show has now signed a multi-year content partnership with technology company Apple. Winfrey will work with the iPhone maker to produce TV shows for its forthcoming streaming service. Winfrey is a renowned media...

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Broadcasters aiming at quality content on both TV, digital

MUMBAI: The impending death of the television is something people have been talking about but that future is yet to arrive. However, one can’t ignore the fact that today’s audiences do consume content anywhere and from any platform. Zee Melt 2018 saw a session on ‘The Next Seismic Shifts in...

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Netflix CCO Ted Sarandos says India is 'TV starved'

MUMBAI: This could really make television executives in India, who have built a multi-billion dollar business, gnash their teeth. Netflix CCO Ted Sarandos believes India has no great local television.

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