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Netflix India in step with global trend of nearly 50% female representation: Srishti Behl Arya

Netflix added inclusion as its cultural value in 2017. Recently, the streaming giant released its first ‘inclusion report’, which revealed that women comprised 47.1 per cent of its workforce. The company, a vocal proponent of gender equality, has featured women in the lead role in many of its...

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What are the key rules for OTT platforms under new guidelines?

Over the last couple of months, there were numerous speculations about regulation of OTT content in India. After hinting for the last two-three weeks that the Centre is working on the process of framing guidelines for the OTT platforms.

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OTT summit Vidnet returns with first virtual edition

KOLKATA: Indiantelevision.com’s flagship OTT summit Vidnet is back with its latest edition. Like other large industry summits in the post-pandemic era, Vidnet is also going virtual this year. Contiloe has come on board as the supporting partner, Bitmovin and Pallycon are the technology partners;...

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#Forecast2021: OTT magic will continue to hold sway

Most industries had little cause for cheer last year, but the OTT business wasn’t one of them. Engulfed by an outpouring of love and support, OTTs truly came into their own in 2020. These streaming platforms not only gained paid subscribers in big numbers, but became a staple of the Indian culture...

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High-end TV production spend in the UK hits £2.6bn in 2019

2019 has seen a significant boost in high-end television productions made in the UK. The UK ‘high end’ TV 2014-2019 report by analyst Ben Keen states that investment in UK shows using the high-end TV tax credit has doubled since 2014.

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