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Online video surpasses 1 billion subscriber mark globally

KOLKATA: For the first time ever, online video services have surpassed the one billion subscriber mark globally. In the pandemic hit year 2020, the overall subscriber base has reached 1.1 billion, recording a 26 per cent year-on-year growth, according to a report from Motion Picture Association.

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What are the key rules for OTT platforms under new guidelines?

Over the last couple of months, there were numerous speculations about regulation of OTT content in India. After hinting for the last two-three weeks that the Centre is working on the process of framing guidelines for the OTT platforms.

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Balaji Telefilms pushes ALTBalaji’s breakeven to FY22

KOLKATA: Balaji Telefilms’ direct-to-consumer business ALTBalaji has reported decent performance for the last two years. After seeing a very marginal dip in the second quarter, the mass-oriented OTT platform has seen massive growth in its Q3 revenue. The overall revenue for ALTBalaji has reached Rs...

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Online video to take lion’s share of video biz revenue in the Gulf by 2025: MPA

As more people shift to alternative entertainment options, online video business is going to surpass pay-TV in next five-ten years worldwide. A report by Media Partners Asia (MPA) has projected that online video will account for the lion’s share of total video industry revenue by 2025.

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Lockdown binge-watching a boon for OTT

This unprecedented crisis called COVID-19 has turned out to be a blessing in disguise for OTT platforms. With people locked indoors, the only refuge has been their smartphones, giving way to, possibly, the next wave of growth for OTT companies.

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