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Netflix reviving dying rom-com genre to net more audience

It’s not unusual for streaming giant Netflix to create market buzz with newly launched originals. But since the beginning of this year, the platform has stimulated excitement by reviving a dying genre - romantic comedy which was once an integral part of Hollywood’s yearly box-office strategy went...

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HOOQ, Hotstar enter unique strategic partnership

Southeast Asian OTT platform HOOQ has struck a unique deal with India’s leading streaming service Hotstar. Under the partnership, HOOQ’s 6000-hour catalogue of Hollywood TV shows and movies will be available for Hotstar Premium users.

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MN+ launches ‘Wings of Change’

MUMBAI: MN+, the Gold Class of Hollywood movies, launches a specially curated property ‘Wings of Change’ to celebrate women who have created a paradigm shift in the world of cinema. Starting September 21, 11p.m on MN+, the eight-week property, ‘Wings of Change’ will feature movies starring some of...

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Independent press vs the government &Privé HD brings the premiere of ‘The Post’ on 28th July

A good press serves the governed, not the governors and if the press doesn’t hold the government accountable,

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Appeals Court allows Netflix to proceed with lawsuit challenging Fox's employment contracts

A California court has finally paved the way for Netflix to take on 20th Century Fox. Cancelling an appeal from Fox, a three-judge panel has allowed the streaming giant to take forward a lawsuit that seeks to invalidate Fox’s fixed-term employment agreements.

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