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Esports, streaming wars, shopvertising to dominate digital media trends in 2020

Technology will continue to disrupt and reshape the digital media industry in 2020, presenting new opportunities and challenges for advertisers and media owners. While digital media will continue to grow globally, the coming of new technologies, platforms and digital touch points will force...

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DPIIT seeks MIB views on issues regarding 26% FDI in digital media sector

MUMBAI: As the cabinet recently amended the foreign direct investment (FDI) policy allowing 26 per cent overseas investment in digital media with government approval, the Department for Promotion of Industry and Internal Trade (DPIIT) has sought the views of the Ministry of Information and...

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Cabinet approves 26 per cent FDI in digital media

As the cabinet government amended the foreign direct investment (FDI) policy, it has also given the nod to 26 per cent overseas investment in digital media with government approval.

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Paying OTT subs to reach 30-35 mn by 2021, only 2x growth in ad revenue

Digital media is set to overtake filmed entertainment in India this year in terms of revenue. While TV will retain its pole position as the largest segment, digital will also overtake print by 2021 to reach $5.1 billion, according to a report from FICCI and EY report on ‘How a billion screens can...

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Zenith report says online video viewing to cross 1 hour a day

Consumers across the globe are becoming increasingly engaged with online videos. Zenith’s Online Video Forecasts 2018 reveals global consumers will spend watching online videos more than one hour on average this year. From 2017’s 56 minutes, the average will go up to 67 minutes.

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