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Indian diaspora remains sustainable audience for OTTs

MUMBAI: With the Indian diaspora spread out all over the world, media enterprises have found them to be a worthy group to target. Over-the-top (OTT) players, especially, are finding the diaspora audience a rewarding pursuit. Some platforms use Bollywood to grab their attention while others are...

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Scripps, Blue Ant & Game TV buy 'paranormal' prog series from GRB

MUMBAI: GRB Entertainment has announced sales of several paranormal series to broadcast partners in North America, Europe, Middle East, and Africa. Blue Ant Media in Canada and WP1 in Poland both acquired Occult Crimes which offers a look inside the devilish minds of some of the most unpredictable...

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Indian brand Yepme enters Middle East with Souq.com, after its success in Europe & US with Amazon

MUMBAI: After successful launch of Yepme in UK, Europe and US in association with Amazon’s global selling program. Yepme today announced its launch on Souq.com – the leading online marketplace in Middle East – for selling its merchandise in key Middle East markets.

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Viu enters Middle East, to provide buffer-free content

Video-on-demand (VOD) service provider Vuclip has launched Viu, a direct to consumer VOD service, in the Middle East. The platform is already available in Indonesia, Malaysia, India, Hong Kong and Singapore.

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India: 40 per cent smartphone users stream live videos; leads in new subs

MUMBAI: There is a rise of 5G networks and consumers subscribing to the network. By 2022, there will be a growth in mobile broadband to 6.1 billion unique subscribers. Forecasting the trends in telecom sector across the world, Ericsson Mobility Report has pointed out that approximately half a...

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