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Hooq hires ex-BBC exec, to expand into new territories

MUMBAI: Singtel’s over-the-top (OTT) service Hooq has appointed Michael Fleshman as its chief technical officer. He was the senior vice-president of consumer digital technology at BBC Worldwide until March 2015 after being CTO at FT.com and CIO at the Financial Times.

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Netflix gets competition as Hooq enters Singapore market

Team Netflix, please take note. Video streaming service Hooq is now available in Singapore. It launched in the Philippines early last year, and has since expanded to Thailand, India and Indonesia. In India, Hooq plans to invest $2 million on home-grown content.

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Sony AXN scripts deal with Pinewood; buys stake in SVOD service Hopster

Folks at Sony Pictures Television (SPT) are in a celebratory mood. Not only has it signed a six-series deal with Pinewood Television but has also acquired a minority stake in the London-based video subscription service for kids content - Hopster.

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Sony Pictures Networks India to foray into TV production

Last month, in an interview to deadline.com, Sony Pictures Television (SPT) presidents of programming and production Zack Van Amburg and Jamie Erlicht had stated that India could be the top notch production studio’s destination following the success it had achieved in China producing television.

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CEO Mariam Zamaray quits TERN International

MUMBAI: Mariam Zamaray has quit channel operator TERN (Television Entertainment Reality Network) by mutual consent, with COO Rian Bester taking over responsibilities on an interim basis. The company's website shows Bester as CEO.

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