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Production houses keep their faith as they weigh impact of COVID-19

The iconic ‘Lights, camera, action’ has been temporarily silenced across the world. The COVID-19 pandemic is wreaking havoc on the once-thriving media and entertainment industry, stymieing its smooth functioning, at least for the time being.

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Budget 2020 proposals offer few benefits to M&E industry: EY India

As always, the industry's hopes from union budget 2020 were high. According to a report from EY India while the budget proposals offer few benefits to the industry, some of the changes may have a material impact which will need to be assessed.

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Prime Focus Technologies wins TV Technology’s 2018 Product Innovation Award

Los Angeles, CA - December 28, 2018: Prime Focus Technologies (PFT), the technology arm of Prime Focus, has been awarded TV Technology’s 2018 Product Innovation Award for its ground-breaking native media recognition Artificial Intelligence (AI) platform, CLEAR™ Vision Cloud.

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Star India gets aggressive with global programme syndication sales

MUMBAI: Leading Indian media and entertainment major Star India is quite confident that its new catalogue of historical dramas and contemporary soaps and series will gain traction as it continues with its international syndication drive.

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MIB favours self-regulation, TRAI says some regulation mandatory

NEW DELHI: Even as he favoured the idea of self-regulation in the media, Minister for Information and Broadcasting (MIB) M Venkaiah Naidu stressed that “regulation should not become strangulation” and added the government wants to be a facilitator for creating a good business environment for the...

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