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BAFTA ventures into India with Breakthrough initiative

NEW DELHI: The British Academy of Film and Television Arts (BAFTA) is taking its first steps in India with the global expansion of the Breakthrough initiative, supported by Netflix. This flagship new talent initiative is part of BAFTA’s year-round work to support new talent, operating alongside...

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Tata Sky brings CuriosityStream to India

NEW DELHI: Tata Sky has joined hands with factual streaming service CuriosityStream to bring thousands of hours of documentary films and series to viewers across India. Tata Sky subscribers will now have access to CuriosityStream’s content via Tata Sky Binge, which is available on the Tata Sky...

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Video brands’ India ad spends to rise 19% by 2022: Zenith Report

KOLKATA: There is no denying that the advertising market has been in the doldrums for most of the year, owing to the Covid2019 pandemic. However, video entertainment ad spends are projected to shrink just 0.2 per cent in 2020 across ten key markets, according to the recent Zenith Business...

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Spotify registers 320 million monthly active users in Q3

NEW DELHI: Audio streaming service Spotify has reached 320 million monthly active users in the third quarter with a 29 per cent year-on-year growth. Successful marketing campaigns in India, as well as the July launch in Russia, have driven the growth.

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Mipcom Online Plus attracts sizeable Indian presence

Mipcom began its virtual edition of the annual content syndication get together on 12 October. Titled Mipcom Online+, it is based on a high end artificial intelligence driven platform called Grip, developed by a sister tech firm under Relx group, of which organiser Reed Midem is a part.

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