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Amazon Studios adds comedy ‘Catastrophe’ to its original series line-up

The series will be available exclusively for Prime members in the US this spring and will come to Prime Instant Video in the UK later this year.

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‘India’s hunt for its Trendspotter’ has begun!

India’s first online digital channel, Trendspotters.tv, has announced ‘India’s hunt for its Trendspotter’ – A Contest now live on Facebook & Twitter. Under this contest, you simply have to capture some unique trend setting phenomenon from your city and upload the image or video on the...

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Lukup Media and Warner Bros partner to create India’s first on demand TV channel

A selection of many new releases, catalogue titles and popular TV series, will be offered to viewers via an on-demand TV channel.

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Microsoft bullish on India expansion strategy

MUMBAI: Microsoft Corporation India Pvt. Ltd., has announced aggressive geographical plans to strengthen its presence in India. It is slated to open offices in six additional cities in India, including Ahmedabad, Indore, Nagpur, Chandigarh Cochin, and Coimbatore. This would take its presence to...

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IBM launches new software service

MUMBAI: IBM in collaboration with Lotus unit introduces a set of social networking services that functions like a MySpace for office workers in a renewed challenge to Microsoft Corp.

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