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Eros Now Channel live on Wasu Media for Chinese users

MUMBAI: Eros Now, the cutting-edge digital over-the-top (OTT) South Asian entertainment platform owned by Eros International Plc (NYSE: EROS) (“Eros” or “the Company”), a global Indian Entertainment Company, in 2019 had announced a partnership with Wasu Media, a major cable television, broadband...

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Facebook Watch has its work cut out in video content creation

Tech giant Facebook, with over 2.2 billion monthly active users, is quickly reshaping the world's digital ecosystem. Despite Wall Street's disappointment with its Q2 results, the company generated $13 billion in ad revenue during the period.

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We are fundamentally changing storytelling: Hotstar CEO Ajit Mohan

Ajit Mohan is not your flashy kind of guy. Quiet, unassuming normally, he opens up and the words flows easy when it comes to talking about his pet project—the fast-growing Star India-owned OTT service Hotstar. Over the past three years, he has gradually—with the support of Uday Shankar and Sanjay...

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Amazon Prime to explore sports genre & catch-up TV

MUMBAI: Prime subscribers in India are in for a treat. Nearly a year after preparations, American e-commerce giant has finally launched its Prime Video service in India. At an introductory price of Rs 499 a year (Rs 42\month) and a month's free trial as reported by Indiantelevision earlier, Amazon...

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'Regional VOD, cashless subs among 2017 trends'

MUMBAI: The video on demand streaming industry in India is only blooming, with a host of developments in this year. The digital eco-system has seen production houses like Balaji Telefilms, Indian broadcasting networks such as Star India, Sony Pictures Networks, Viacom18, Zee, etc and few...

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