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ShareChat gets Wavemaker's Ajit Varghese as chief commercial officer

ShareChat has appointed Ajit Varghese as its chief commercial officer. Varghese brings in a track record of 25+ years of leading large-scale business transformations and building diverse and successful businesses around media, creative, digital, data, content, sports, and performance.  

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Saregama strikes global licensing deal with ShareChat and Moj

KOLKATA: ShareChat announced a global licensing deal with Saregama, one of India’s largest music labels today that would allow for its users to create amazing new content and add to their social experience on the ShareChat and Moj platforms.

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ShareChat, Moj inks music licensing deal with T-Series

KOLKATA: Social media platform ShareChat has announced its agreement with India’s largest music label, T-Series to license its music catalogue on the platforms. The collaboration would provide for an enhanced experience on ShareChat and short video platform Moj.   Over 180 million active users on...

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TikTok ban to see influencer spillover onto YouTube & social spaces

KOLKATA: The recent ban on Chinese social media platform TikTok in India sent shockwaves across the country's TikTok community. The platform, which leverages viral, user-generated content, has more than 120 million users as recorded in June 2020.

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TikTok ban: Indian UGC apps ready to take on traffic; see advertiser interest too

TikTok had become a rage among millions of Indian youth until the Indian government’s interim ban crushed its multi-billion dollar strategy. Creators, influencers and marketers will have to seek an alternative platform as the future of TikTok remains uncertain in the country.

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