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Hooq brings exclusive content for India

Hooq has announced the addition of new exclusive set of DC titles to its already extensive content catalogue especially for its Indian audience. The new title includes illustrious and renowned names such as Supergirl, DC Legends of Tomorrow, Flash and Lucifer which will be available for Hooq users.

iWorld Video On Demand
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DC's Batman and Superman to unite on the big screen

MUMBAI: Riding on the success of Man of Steel, director Zack Snyder has decided to have a clash of the two supermen in the next Warner Bros movie.

Movies International
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DC Entertainment unveils digital products

MUMBAI: Digital comic book publisher DC Entertainment which is a part of US media conglomerate Time Warner has unveiled two new digital innovations that will take its comics to the next level of interactivity. DC Entertainment president Diane Nelson and c

Technology Software Applications
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CNN to air docs on the US presidential candidates Obama, McCain

MUMBAI: News broadcaster CNN will examine the lives of the two men contending to be the 44th president of the US in two upcoming documentaries, launching CNN’s extensive political convention coverage.

Television TV Channels News Broadcasting
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XM Satellite Radio surpasses 7 million subscriber mark

MUMBAI: US satellite radio service provider XM Satellite Radio has more than seven million subscribers. XM Satellite Radio CEO Hugh Panero says, "With more than seven million subscribers today, XM has achieved yet another major milestone as the leader in satellite radio" .

Satellites Satellite Launches