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Consumption & disruption: The Emerald Media mantra

When Rajesh Kamat makes a move, you take notice. His decision to set foot in the private equity world in 2011 with The Chernin Group’s CA Media after a blistering three-year run as Viacom18 COO and Colors CEO left India’s media and entertainment ecosystem intrigued.

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BTVI says biz news will continue to stay relevant

It isn’t easy to make a mark in niche genres but two years post launch, Business Television India (BTVI), the English business news channel, has leveraged on editorial strengths to grab the third spot.

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YuppTV to offer select content in Dolby Audio

YuppTV, the provider of South Asian OTT content has announced that select movie titles will be available in Dolby Audio. This will enable the company to deliver an advanced surround sound experience to its users across the globe.

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BTVI to leverage digital mediums for growth

MUMBAI: English business news channel BTVI is completing two years in August this year. The company was transformed from Bloomberg TV India after Bloomberg decided not to renew its deal with Business Broadcast News. BTVI got its COO Megha Tata in 2016 at the same time it got its new name. 

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Indian diaspora remains sustainable audience for OTTs

MUMBAI: With the Indian diaspora spread out all over the world, media enterprises have found them to be a worthy group to target. Over-the-top (OTT) players, especially, are finding the diaspora audience a rewarding pursuit. Some platforms use Bollywood to grab their attention while others are...

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