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Indian M&E industry can reach $100 billion by 2030: K Madhavan

Mumbai: The Indian media and entertainment industry touched $19 billion in 2020 down from an expected $22 billion, but it’s poised to grow up to $100 billion by 2030, said The Walt Disney Company India and Star India, president, K Madhavan. This goal is ambitious and challenging but not impossible...

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Disney reports 174 million paid subscribers at the end of third quarter 2021

Mumbai: The Walt Disney Company reported 174 million paid subscribers across Disney+, Hulu, and ESPN+ at the end of the third quarter 2021. Direct-to-consumer revenues for the quarter increased 57 per cent to $4.3 billion, the entertainment conglomerate said. The company noted that the average...

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Disney India's associate director, e-commerce, Akshat Srivastava moves on

Mumbai: The Walt Disney Company's associate director, e-commerce for India, Akshat Srivastava has announced his departure from the organisation. He was based out of Disney's Bengaluru office. Srivastava updated his LinkedIn profile to reflect the development. With more than 6.5 years long tenure at...

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Disney to pull the plug on southeast Asia/HK networks

New Delhi: In what may come as a huge surprise for viewers in southeast Asia and Hong Kong, Disney is mulling over closing as many as 18 channels in the region from October this year. The end-of-an-era move could have a major impact on the entire video entertainment supply chain in the region.

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The Walt Disney Company to have separate heads for APAC & India

The Walt Disney Company has announced that it will have two separate leaders for APAC and India. The development comes weeks after Star & Disney India chairman and president – APAC Uday Shankar’s decision to step down.

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