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Netflix plans to become leading producer & distributor of high-quality Indian content

MUMBAI: Online properties are gradually overtaking television in the race to become video content leaders. From mass programming, entertainment now is moving towards personalised experience curated for each individual. Netflix plans to become a leading producer and distributor of high-quality...

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Inclined to stop watching pirated content, say 50% consumers: Irdeto

NEW DELHI: Despite the high number of consumers around the globe watching pirated video content (52%), nearly half (48%) would stop or watch less illegal content after learning the damage that piracy causes the media industry.

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Netflix's binge scale reveals TV series to devour and savor upon

MUMBAI: Netflix members around the world are making their own rules when it comes to watching TV. Instead of one episode per week, Netflix members choose to binge watch their way through a series. Though binge watching is clearly the new normal, not all series are enjoyed the same way. Netflix has...

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FremantleMedia acquires majority stake in Miso Film

MUMBAI: FremantleMedia has signed a deal to acquire a majority stake in Miso Film, a leading Danish scripted production company. Under the deal – financial terms of which are not disclosed - FremantleMedia will have a 51 per cent holding with the opportunity to acquire the remaining shareholding in...

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New York Comedy Festival announces additional shows to schedule

MUMBAI: The New York Comedy Festival (NYCF), in association with Viacom‘s comedy channel Comedy Central has announced over 70 additional shows taking place at more than 25 venues throughout New York City, to its 2012 schedule in November.

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