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Hulu Japan says hello to Indian content

The world has been amazed with Japan's anime and now it's time for role reversal. While international over the top (OTT) giants like Netflix and Amazon are already playing an active game in India, Hulu Japan has also arrived in search of content.

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DNS Overseas partners ‪Indiantelevision.com‬ for the 15th Indian Telly, Technical, Trade and Programming Awards

Indiantelevision.com has announced a partnership with multinational company DNS Overseas (first ones to launch XP-Pen in India) for the 15th edition of its Indian‬ Telly, Technical, Trade and Programming (TT&P) Awards. Under this, the company has come on board as Support Partner for The Indian...

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YouTube joins the race of making original localised content

MUMBAI: Till now in several markets including India, YouTube’s ad based model is more popular than the premium ad-free service. Now, in order to draw new customers to its paid subscription service, YouTube is creating scripted series and other original programing for international markets including...

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BARC week 27: Sony sports cluster captures all top five slots

MUMBAI: The 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia continues its strong run for football viewership in India in its fourth week and guided Sony Pictures Network (SPN) India’s sports cluster to obtain all top five positions in the BARC all India ratings.

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PwC predicts global emergence of 'Convergence 3.0' as services' distinctions blur

MUMBAI: PwC’s Global Entertainment and Media Outlook 2018-22 has predicted global revenues are expected to grow with a CAGR of 4.4 per cent from 2017-22 to $ 2.4 trillion in a digitally-driven world where the distinction between print and digital, video games and sports, wireless and fixed internet...

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