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For FIFA coverage, ESPN's perfect assist to Sony

The 2018 FIFA World Cup has been quite a show already. For fans, the tournament’s been nothing short of a thrill-a-minute ride with sheer drama and constant surprises on offer. The steady state of suspense during key matches has enabled Sony Pictures Networks (SPN) India, the event’s official...

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Indians want free education, healthcare and basic income: Ipsos global Socialism Survey

New Delhi, May 18, 2018:According to a global survey by Ipsos on Socialism, majority of the Indians polled want access to free education, free healthcare and a basic income.72% Indians believe socialist ideals are of considerable value for societal progress.

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India, US lead in VoD subs as global viewing increased 34 per cent

MUMBAI: Millennial consumers worldwide lead the growth of online video consumption, according to a research report from Limelight Networks, a leader in digital content delivery. Taking a close look at consumers’ changing viewing habits, the annual report shows that the average global viewer...

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DSport acquires exclusive broadcast rights of European ‘Audi Cup’ football tournament

DSport, a sports TV channel by Discovery Communications India, has announced the acquisition of the broadcast rights of the fifth edition of the Audi Cup 2017, a biennial two-day football tournament featuring four top club teams of the world.

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Virtual screens to start replacing TVs & theaters in a year, consumers expect: Ericsson

MUMBAI: Ericsson ConsumerLab has reported that seven out of 10 consumers believe that virtual reality (VR) and augmented reality (AR) will become mainstream in media, education, work, social interaction, tourism and retail. Consumers expect virtual screens to start replacing televisions and...

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