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Apple TV recruits Netflix engineer to enhance subscription services

MUMBAI: Apple has hired one of Netflix’s top engineers Ruslan Meshenberg. He joined the technical team working for the company’s newly launched TV-streaming and subscription services. Ruslan Meshenberg was responsible for building Netflix’s platform, especially creating a speedier and consistent...

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Netflix Originals most in-demand among OTTs: Report

At the moment, the future of streaming services' uncrowned king Netflix has been over-discussed due to the entry of deep-pocket competitors. But till the third quarter of 2019 (July-September), Netflix has been able to retain its leadership position. A report from Parrot Analytics says that Netflix...

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Netflix discloses paid subscriber number region wise

For the first time, streaming giant Netflix has disclosed operating results for international business. Although Asia-Pacific till now stands as the smallest market of Netflix with 14.5 million subscribers, the market boasts of highest growth.

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Disney enters 5-year production, post-production deal with Microsoft

The Walt Disney Studios (Disney) has entered a five-year deal with Microsoft to move key parts of its movie-making and distribution processes to the cloud. Under the new partnership, the initial focus will be on moving some of the studio’s editing to the cloud.

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Zomato forays into online video space, to launch 18 original shows

The streaming war is not limited to media houses anymore. From e-commerce apps to online cab-ride services are also jumping on the band-wagon to keep consumers engaged. Now, food delivery app Zomato has announced its foray into web streaming with 18 original shows over the next three months.

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