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Foxtel to launch streaming service on 25 May

Australian pay TV company Foxtel will launch a new entertainment streaming service on 25 May, entering the crowded streaming market. The official announcement has ended all speculations regarding the launch that have been doing the rounds.

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Covid2019 cuts back customer acquisition costs

MUMBAI: Covid2019 has plummeted what was a skyrocketing cost of customer acquisition, according to a report that delves deep into the correlation between the pandemic and the entertainment industry. According to the special report, Navigating Covid-19, by Parrot Analytics, this is exciting for...

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Disney+ reaches 54.5 mn subscribers; execs pleased with India launch

The Walt Disney Company (Disney) has witnessed a sharp fall in profit as a consequence of the Covid2019 pandemic. While the giant faced widespread disruption like many other organisations, it has one card in store: the newly launched streaming service Disney+.

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Big growth in viewing in India led by originals: Netflix's Ted Sarandos

Last year, Netflix rolled out a mobile-only plan in India to suit the country's preference for smartphones over laptops. Moreover, it was a way to delve deeper into a market where its basic Rs-500-a-month subscription plan was sharply expensive compared to homegrown OTT giants.

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Disney+Hotstar boasts of 8 mn paid subscribers

MUMBAI: Disney+ is making noise in the market even after its launch as it has surpassed the 50 million subscriber mark globally. The new streaming service from the mouse house has been racing ahead of all its guidance numbers and has reached the magnificent number within five months of its launch....

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