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21st Century Fox buys out Sky in USD 14.8-bn deal

MUMBAI: 21st Century Fox has stated that Sky had agreed to a takeover offer worth USD 14.8 billion as the media tycoon Rupert Murdoch attempts to create a global media giant stretch across the U.K., U.S, and Europe.

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Rama goes unnoticed; 'Ae Dil...' made Rs 78 cr, Shivaay Rs 28 cr in first week

This week had a solo release, Mahayoddha Rama (Animation); the week after Diwali saw two releases, namely, Shivaay and Ae Dil Hai Mushkil. However, the film, lying in cans for eight years now, failed to draw audience. Lacking in publicity and promotion, the film went unnoticed.

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China bans K-Pop and K-Dramas?

MUMBAI: It is one of the biggest markets for south Korean dramas and pop music known to all as K-Pop. China, according to some experts, accounts for more than a few dollar billion in revenues for the K-Pop and K-Drama industry. But now the market appears to be shutting down as the Chinese seem to...

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Content Tokyo 2016 sees 1,530 exhibitors covering all genres of content

At Content Tokyo 2016, a record number of 1,530 exhibitors will gather from across Japan and the world to showcase their latest, most creative and innovative products and technologies. They are dealing with all genres of content such as music, game, animation, TV, film, technology in expression, AI...

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UNICEF India launches 'Fair Start' for Every Child

UNICEF India today unveiled the ‘Fair Start’ film as part of a (social) media campaign that will focus on persisting inequities that large groups of children in India face, affecting their survival, growth and development. A series of impactful films will give an insight into the lives of millions...

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