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SonyLIV 2.0 embarks on a journey with brand new identity, original premium content

One of the early movers in the Indian over-the-top (OTT) ecosystem set out on its quest to reimagine the business in the latter part of 2019. Starting with a rejig in leadership last year, SonyLIV has now brought one of the most noticeable changes to its look: content strategy.

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Netflix to cancel subscriptions of inactive members

Streaming giant Netflix has taken another step to make the service more user-friendly, by cancelling the membership of inactive subscribers. It will start asking customers who haven’t used its platform in the past year if they want to keep their subscriptions.

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Foxtel to launch streaming service on 25 May

Australian pay TV company Foxtel will launch a new entertainment streaming service on 25 May, entering the crowded streaming market. The official announcement has ended all speculations regarding the launch that have been doing the rounds.

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Global video streaming market forecast to reach $184.3 billion by 2027

MUMBAI: The global video streaming market size is expected to reach $184.3 billion by 2027, registering a CAGR of 20.4 per cent from 2020 to 2027. Rising technological advancements such as the implementation of block-chain technology in video streaming and the use of artificial intelligence (AI) to...

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How Covid2019 is affecting outdoor media

Outdoor advertising had a fantastic 2019. Defying predictions, India’s OOH (Out Of Home) industry, grew at over 15 per cent. Driven by IPL, elections and a huge increase in the OTT industry’s outdoor advertising, the industry saw a big increase, enabled adequately by digitization. The industry...

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