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People are Viacom18's strongest competitive edge, says Rajesh Kamat

The mood is celebratory at Viacom18’s offices as it readies for its invite-only tenth anniversary bash at Mumbai’s NSCI Dome on the evening of 17 November. The Reliance-Viacom joint venture satellite TV network is ranked among the top five–and probably in the top three in the Hindi GEC space–in the...

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YuppTV diversifies into streaming and news reporting tech solutions

MUMBAI: Yupp TV is known for its OTT SVOD service which delivers a rafter of Indian live channels, 5,000 movies and original programming to 25 million overseas people of Indian origin. CEO Uday Reddy has been doggedly bent on spreading the app’s reach over the past decade when he conceived it.

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Amagi: KKR-backed Emerald leads US$35 million funding; buys stake

MUMBAI: Emerald Media, the Pan-Asia company backed by the leading global investment firm KKR, has been keen to invest in the media and entertainment sector. Today, it announced acquisition of a significant minority stake in Amagi Media Labs (‘Amagi’), the leader in targeted TV advertising and cloud...

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Vice Media partners with Times of India group for multiscreen & Viceland rollout

MUMBAI: So iconic youth brand Vice Media CEO Shane Smith is making good his commitment to enter the Indian market. Shane had told Indiantelevision.com in April this year that “India is one of the most important markets for Vice. What we needed was platform, capital, navigation of bureaucracy,...

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Chernin bids $500 million to buy Hulu, reports

MUMBAI: Former News Corp President Peter Chernin is said to have made a bid for online video streaming service Hulu at a bid amount of $500 million.

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