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India aids Spotify’s MAU base to reach 345 million in Q4

Audio streaming platform Spotify added 10 million paid subscribers in Q4 reaching 155 million, 24 per cent up year-on-year basis. It added a record 30 million subscribers for the year, compared to 28 million in 2019.

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Spotify registers 320 million monthly active users in Q3

NEW DELHI: Audio streaming service Spotify has reached 320 million monthly active users in the third quarter with a 29 per cent year-on-year growth. Successful marketing campaigns in India, as well as the July launch in Russia, have driven the growth.

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Audio streaming platform Khabri launches a Talk Show for #VoiceOfBlinds amidst COVID-19 - Sachche Nayak

Khabri, India’s fastest growing audio content platform in regional language, has launched a celebrity-based talk show that will be aired beginning this Saturday. Launched as a part of #VoiceofBlinds initiative by the platform amidst the current situation of lockdown in the Covid-19 pandemic, the...

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Over 10 mn paid for OTT video subscriptions in 2019: FICCI-EY report

The Indian media and entertainment industry has moved beyond the era where consumers are not willing to pay for premium content online. Although the number of paying consumers remains low compared to overall users, the growth is visible, according to FICCI-EY 2020 report.

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Time spent on OTT audio streaming apps goes up by 42%

MUMBAI: The COVID19 crisis has changed the average Indian’s life. With schools and colleges being shut coupled with corporates and governments encouraging employees to work from home, Indians in the metropolitan cities are looking at ways to keep themselves entertained and/ or to find “companions...

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