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Music genre reflects the health of television industry: 9XM's Pawan Jailkhani

NEW DELHI: 90s kids in India will recall the MTV of yore - the holy grail of music videos that had everything from the latest Bollywood hits, Hollywood chart toppers, to indie artistes and global sensations. But as the network later admitted, it never made much money from playing music - so it...

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Disney+Hotstar’s Varun Narang joins Fox Corporation

KOLKATA: Disney+Hotstar chief product officer Varun Narang has moved on to join Fox Corporation in the same role. He will report to chief technology officer and president of digital Paul Cheesbrough, will oversee the company’s portfolio of Fox-branded streaming products, platforms and engineering...

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Chennai tops entertainment consumption with 73% viewership: Disney+Hotstar

NEW DELHI: The unprecedented rise in the consumption of OTT content, specifically during the lockdown period, has massively contributed to the growth of the sector. Interestingly, most of the platforms have realised and acknowledged a huge spike in content consumption and time spent from the...

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2020: The tipping point for the Indian OTT ecosystem

The Covid2019 pandemic has walloped many industry verticals this year but digital-first categories including over-the-top (OTT) or streaming video services have actually been given a leg up.

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#Throwback2020: The year the world of TV changed

If there's one signal that 2020 strongly gave: it was that consumption of content via streaming, both video and audio, is here to stay. And media and entertainment organisations globally have to pivot around that change in viewing that has taken strong root; that they have to go direct to consumer.

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