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Disney rebrands historic 20th Century Fox Television as 20th Television

KOLKATA: The historic brand in media and entertainment, 20th Century Fox, officially sees its end. Media conglomerate Disney announced that it would be rebranding 20th Century Fox Television as 20th Television.  According to media reports, the move is aimed at curtailing consumer confusion over the...

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Disney to launch international d2c OTT offering under Star brand in 2021

The Walt Disney Company (Disney) is going more aggressive on streaming. It will launch an international direct-to-consumer general entertainment OTT offering under the Star brand in India in the year 2021.

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Regulation has become totally opaque: Uday Shankar

One of the major issues which have been daunting the media and entertainment industry, especially the broadcast sector, is the regulatory burden. Although senior officials from the government have argued that there is no such burden, many stakeholders have expressed concern against the same from...

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New-gen kids prefer OTT platforms to kids’ TV channels

Back in the ’90s or early 2000s, kids had control over TV remotes during their vacation. Many kids would not have finished their meals without Mickey Mouse or Tom and Jerry on the screen which later became Pokemon and The Mask as well.

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Kevin Mayer leaves Disney to become TikTok CEO

MUMBAI: Walt Disney Company’s top executive Kevin Mayer has resigned to take up the top executive job at short-video app TikTok, which has seen its popularity soaring during the Covid2019 pandemic. According to a New York Times report, the 58-year-old will also serve as chief operating officer of...

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