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VBS 2022: Over-regulation could impede pay-TV industry’s growth in near-term

Over-regulation could impede the pay-TV industry’s growth in the near term, especially amid rising competition from the OTT platforms, and DD Free Dish’s expanding territories, highlighted industry stakeholders at the Video and Broadband Summit (VBS) 2022 on Wednesday.

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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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SC seeks Centre’s response on regulating OTT platforms

KOLKATA: It seems that when it comes to self-regulation, OTTs have a tough long road ahead, as the supreme court has sought the centre's response on a public interest litigation (PIL) for regulating these platforms by an autonomous body.

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Best OTT Platforms To Subscribe For Indian Regional Entertainment

Over-The-Top media platforms are the latest global trend and India is not far behind. Gone are the days when we had to wait for the clock to strike before our favorite shows came on the TV (Most of the time the jingles told the time for us 90’s kids). You can now binge-watch your favorite shows...

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Budget 2020: BharatNet boost to have positive impact on OTT platforms

While the media and entertainment industry is heading towards a digital future on the back of streaming services, budget 2020 seems to bolster it. Finance minister Nirmala Sitharaman on Saturday proposed to allocate Rs 6,000 crore for the BharatNet programme in 2020-21.

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