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Eros Now expands digital footprint in Africa

Mumbai: Eros Now, the video streaming service owned by Eros STX Global Corp, on Friday announced the partnership with Digital Media 333 (DM 333), an African OTT entertainment platform. With this association, Eros Now’s premium Bollywood content line up with new and classic Bollywood films,...

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Eros Now partners with Live Satellite Media to bolster presence across India

South Asian entertainment platform Eros Now has partnered with Mumbai-based Live Satellite Media, part of the ABS group to ensure delivery of video services across all parts of the country.

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Eros Now expands existing partnership with Xfinite’s Mzaalo

Mumbai: South Asian OTT platform Eros Now owned by Eros STX Global Corporation announced details of its amended partnership with Mzaalo, a gamified video streaming service owned by Xfinite Global Plc (“Xfinite”).

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Eros Now has 39.9mn paying global subscribers

Eros Now has reported a 39.9 million paid subscribers and a total 224 million registered users worldwide as on 31 March, 2021. This represents 10.6 million net new paid subscriber added since 31 March, 2020, accounting for an annual growth rate of 36.2 per cent. 

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CII backs IAMAI’s OTT self-regulation toolkit

The Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) has welcomed the toolkit for implementation of the code for self-regulation of online curated content providers brought out by the Internet and Mobile Association of India (IAMAI) last week.

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