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Times Network expands its global footprint with DistroTV

Mumbai: Times Network has partnered with California-based media technology company, DistroScale to distribute its news channels globally. DistroTV is an independent, free, ad-supported streaming television service available across international markets. Through the partnership, the network channels...

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Republic TV expands its footprint in UK with DistroTV

Mumbai : English news channel Republic TV is pivoting to digital, OTT and smart TV distribution with the latest addition of DistroTV to cater to the diaspora in the United Kingdom market.

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Twitter announces new labels for government, state-affiliated media accounts

NEW DELHI: Twitter has announced that the micro-blogging site has started labelling accounts of government officials and state-affiliated media. The blog read that it will focus on labelling ‘Senior officials and entities who are the official voice of the state abroad.’ For the time being, this...

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BBC News records 11% jump in worldwide audience in 2020

India topped the audience count for BBC News with 60.4 million people watching the UK-based public broadcaster in 2020, as reported by The Hollywood Reporter. BBC witnessed a growth of 11 per cent in its worldwide audience as compared to 2019.

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ISRO sees rise in third party satellite launches

MUMBAI: The Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) is slowly but surely making its mark as far as its satellite launch services are concerned. Consider: in 2018-19 it pocketed Rs 324.19 crore courtesy its launch capabilities as against Rs 232.56 crore in the year before. That’s a decent 35 per...

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