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GUEST COLUMN: How Telegram is fuelling streaming piracy

New Delhi: The popular messaging app, Telegram, is fast becoming the leading source of pirated content throughout Asia - and the cause of substantial revenue loss for content providers and operators. Users of the platform, which provides end-to-end encryption, can conceal their identity to share...

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India's ad-revenue to rebound over 2020-25 with 13 % CAGR : MPA

New Delhi: After a 27 per cent plunge in 2020, ad revenue in India is forecast to rebound strongly over 2020-25 with a CAGR of 13 per cent, said a new report released by Media Partners Asia (MPA) on Monday. According to the report- Asia Pacific Advertising Trends 2021, digital advertising is...

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Bob Bakish, ViacomCBS and the streaming war

Over the last few weeks, a spate of mergers and acquisitions has taken the media and entertainment industry by storm. First WarnerMedia and Discovery, then Amazon and MGM - as the streaming war intensifies, US media giant ViacomCBS is also gearing up for a tough race, building one of the largest...

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Facebook now has 2.85 billion MAUs, income skyrockets 94%

Facebook on Thursday reported stronger than expected financial results for the first quarter with soaring ad revenue during the pandemic. The social media giant said it earned $9.5 billion in the January-March quarter, a pole vault of 94 per cent from $4.9 billion last year.

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Password sharing costs US streamers $25 bn every year, report says

KOLKATA: Several reports suggested recently that Netflix is testing a feature to curb widespread password sharing. It makes sense for the streaming giant, as it is losing about $6.2 billion each year due to the prevailing trend of multiple unauthorised people using the same account. Overall, the...

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