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Trai must focus on regulating process, not prices : Broadcasters at CII Big Picture Summit

As a regulator, the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (Trai) must focus on regulating the process and not the prices, argued broadcast industry stakeholders at the CII Big Picture Summit held on Wednesday. The discussion was around the impact of new tariff order (NTO) 1.0 and 2.0 on linear TV...

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Netflix’s India ambitions surpass Rs 3000 crore investment

Mumbai: Global streaming platform Netflix will pump more money into producing content in India, said chief executive officer Reed Hastings. The key executive of the streaming giant was speaking to Business Today’s global business editor Udayan Mukherjee in an interview.

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DTH expands even as pay TV market saturates

Pay TV subscription revenue is expected to reach $7.6 billion by 2026 over $6.4 billion in 2021, stated Media Partners Asia in its latest report on India’s online video market, which also highlights the increasing market share of Direct-to-home (DTH) even as cable TV remains in structural decline.

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Disney’s APAC head Luke Kang bats for regional content to push growth

The focus areas of the company in the APAC market have not changed much in the last one year, said Luke Kang, who was appointed as The Walt Disney Company, president – APAC, excluding India in 2020.

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India's ad-revenue to rebound over 2020-25 with 13 % CAGR : MPA

New Delhi: After a 27 per cent plunge in 2020, ad revenue in India is forecast to rebound strongly over 2020-25 with a CAGR of 13 per cent, said a new report released by Media Partners Asia (MPA) on Monday. According to the report- Asia Pacific Advertising Trends 2021, digital advertising is...

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