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Indian content producers see uptick in revenues from online video platforms

The production of local originals in India is heating up and giving a boost to the creative economy. Online video platforms are expected to invest heavily into local original content to ensure robust paid subscriber growth.

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Netflix to acquire virtual production studio Scanline VFX

Mumbai: Netflix has announced its plans to acquire virtual production studio Scanline VFX. The company is responsible for the visual effects in Netflix series like "Cowboy Bebop," "Stranger Things," and "Blood Red Sky." The company expects to complete the acquisition by the end of first quarter...

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In a first, major OTT platforms to participate in IFFI

Mumbai: The International Film Festival of India (IFFI) will see participation from major OTT platforms, for the first time in its history. Netflix, Amazon Prime Video, Zee5, SonyLIV, and Voot will participate at IFFI that is being held in Goa starting 20 November. The festival will offer exclusive...

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Netflix to make mobile game titles available on App Store for iOS users: Reports

Mumbai: Earlier this month, Netflix announced that it is making four mobile gaming titles available to Android OS subscribers worldwide. The company is working on an iOS version however Apple’s App Store policies may prevent it from making these games available via its app.

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Netflix is testing TikTok-inspired short clip feature for kids

Mumbai: Netflix Inc is testing out a TikTok-inspired 'Kids Clips' feature to attract younger viewers to its platform and help them discover programming. It will feature new short videos or ‘clips’ from the existing library of kids’ programs and movies on a daily basis on its current as well as...

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