The Star India Pvt. Ltd, which holds the media rights of the Indian Premier League, today also won the audio – visual production rights for not just the IPL but also the
NEW DELHI: Video-on-demand service provider SonyLIV does not see any “threat” from digital content platforms such as Netflix and Amazon Prime in India and said that more players will help build a ‘large ecosystem’ to enable the market’s growth.
KOLKATA: Entertainment major Viacom 18 today debuted into Bengali web series entertainment segment with ‘Aschorjo packet’, a comic chat show.
LISBON: Portugal’s competition authority said Friday it would launch an “in-depth” investigation into the planned takeover by French media and telecoms firm Altice of Media Capital, the owner of the country’s most watched television channel.
NEW DELHI: A group representing composers, lyricists and music publishers has initiated the process of seeking royalties from Indian telecom companies and platforms such as Apple and YouTube for the use of their works, including songs and music made available for streaming
MUMBAI: Under pressure to sell at least Rs 2,000 crore of inventory in its first year after winning global media rights of IPL at a whopping Rs 16,437.5 crore for five years, Star India has managed to sign 11 sponsors, despite a steep hike in the advertising rates over last year.
The Delhi High Court has put on hold the interim licence granted by the copyright office to an internet broadcasting firm to communicate online the sound recordings of music labels SaregamaBSE -0.75 % and T-Series.
NBA star Kevin Durant has agreed to co-produce a basketball-themed drama television series that will be part of Apple’s original television programming.
SINGAPORE:Alibaba Group Holding Ltd’s entertainment arm has signed a licensing agreement with Walt Disney Co in a deal that will provide the Chinese group’s Youku video streaming platform with the largest Disney animation collection in China
NEW DELHI: Bharti Airtel is poised to sign an agreement with Star TV that will allow India’s top telco to distribute the network’s digital content through its Airtel TV app and offer a free subscription of Hotstar, its video-streaming app, to select customers.