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So what’s streaming this Christmas

Christmas is here, and so are the streaming platforms with their new content line-ups curated especially for the Xmas season. OTT platforms like Netflix, Prime Video, Disney+Hotstar, and Lionsgate Play have put together a list of handpicked Christmas Classics for their viewers.

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Netflix slashes prices for subscription plans; basic plan now costs Rs 199

Global streaming giant Netflix has reduced the prices of its subscription plans. The biggest hike has come for its Rs 499 basic plan that will not cost subscribers only Rs 199, a decrease of 60 per cent. The basic plan allows users to stream SD quality video across mobile, tablet, laptop and TV...

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Netflix announces six new mobile game titles launching in December

Mumbai: Netflix has announced six mobile game titles that will be launched on its platform in December. The streaming giant is yet to announce the official launch date of the games. The titles include "Ashphalt Xtreme," "Hextech Mayhem," "Knittens," "Wonderputt Forever," "Arcanium: Rise of Akhan,"...

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Indian content producers see uptick in revenues from online video platforms

The production of local originals in India is heating up and giving a boost to the creative economy. Online video platforms are expected to invest heavily into local original content to ensure robust paid subscriber growth.

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Netflix to acquire virtual production studio Scanline VFX

Mumbai: Netflix has announced its plans to acquire virtual production studio Scanline VFX. The company is responsible for the visual effects in Netflix series like "Cowboy Bebop," "Stranger Things," and "Blood Red Sky." The company expects to complete the acquisition by the end of first quarter...

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