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Access, language variety, local partnerships to drive next billion subscribers

Despite the overwhelming growth of the OTT sector, players still need to pay more focus on issues such as content discovery, distribution, partnerships across verticals. The Future of Video India 2019 organised by Asia Video Industry Association (AVIA) hosted a session on “Capturing the next...

iWorld Over The Top Services
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Learning the importance of video marketing today

“Is it viral yet?” More often than not, this is what you will hear from marketers and agencies soon after they make a brand campaign or a video live on social media. The virality of a video is the new scale of measurement for most advertisers now, and rightly so! When a video goes viral, it can...

MAM Marketing Above The Line
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India’s internet market is no longer male, metro, millennial: Rajan Anandan

Lightning speed - that's how India's internet adoption can be described.

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We are fundamentally changing storytelling: Hotstar CEO Ajit Mohan

Ajit Mohan is not your flashy kind of guy. Quiet, unassuming normally, he opens up and the words flows easy when it comes to talking about his pet project—the fast-growing Star India-owned OTT service Hotstar. Over the past three years, he has gradually—with the support of Uday Shankar and Sanjay...

iWorld Over The Top Services
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Apple commits $4.2 bn for original content

MUMBAI: Apple can’t get enough of taking more bites. The Cupertino-based company is reportedly spending a whopping $4.2 billion a year on coming up with original content by 2022.

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