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Hotstar is most preferred OTT choice: Axis My India survey

Consumer data intelligence company Axis My India’s latest findings for the India Consumer Sentiment Index (CSI) revealed that 27 per cent of people in the country watch OTT, with the majority of viewers being in the age group of 18-35. Hotstar is the preferred choice, followed by Amazon Prime,...

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Dukaan brings on board Swiggy's Sandeep Mina as COO

Mumbai: Dukaan, a SaaS platform that helps local entrepreneurs to open a digital storefront, announced that Sandeep Mina has joined the company as the chief operating officer with effect from 1 July. Previously Mina was the VP of monetisation at food delivery platform Swiggy. At Dukaan, Mina will...

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Content spending to top $250 billion by year-end, amid soaring demand

Despite a year of uncertainty and production hiatuses due to the global pandemic, streaming platforms have set the global film and TV industry on a trajectory of accelerated growth with no imminent ceiling in sight.

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Republic TV expands its footprint in UK with DistroTV

Mumbai : English news channel Republic TV is pivoting to digital, OTT and smart TV distribution with the latest addition of DistroTV to cater to the diaspora in the United Kingdom market.

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Disney to pull the plug on southeast Asia/HK networks

New Delhi: In what may come as a huge surprise for viewers in southeast Asia and Hong Kong, Disney is mulling over closing as many as 18 channels in the region from October this year. The end-of-an-era move could have a major impact on the entire video entertainment supply chain in the region.

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