Viacom18 Media chief operating officer LS Nayak has stepped down, executives in the media and entertainment conglomerate said. ‘Raj’ Nayak, as he is popularly known, has served in senior leadership roles at Viacom18 – a joint venture between RelianceNSE -0.23 % Industries-owned TV18NSE 1.35 % and US media company Viacom – since April 2011. He…
Harsha Annadurai does not like pirated content. It is no surprise, then, that he is a big fan of video and audio streaming services. So much so that the 23-year-old is a subscriber to Netflix, Hotstar, Amazon Prime and Apple Music.
MUMBAI: Subhash Chandra-promoted Zee Entertainment Enterprises (ZEEL) decided to run a share-sale process after a global media giant made an offer to buy into India’s leading satellite broadcaster, Chandra’s son and ZEEL’s chief executive and managing director Punit Goenka has told TOI.
Viacom has announced a multi-picture deal with Netflix, and promised to make more films and TV shows for other companies, further signaling
Taylor Swift and Ed Sheeran have each racked up more than 15 billion views on YouTube. Justin Bieber beats them both, with 18 billion views.
NEW DELHI: Union information and broadcasting ministry secretary Amit Khare has said that lack of regulation on Telecom Service Providers (TSPs) entering broadcast media was a valid concern, and indicated thinking on measures to prevent such monopolies and in distribution.
Netflix Inc is testing a mobile-only subscription plan in Malaysia priced at roughly half its current basic plan in the country, the global leader in video streaming
MUMBAI: In a major development, Essel Group has decided to divest up to 50% of promoter holding in India’s leading entertainment company Zee Entertainment Enterprises
MUMBAI/NEW DELHI: Months after Disney closed a deal to acquire Rupert Murdoch-controlled 21st Century Fox’s major global assets — including Star India — for over $71 billion, the promoters of Zee Entertainment
Starting January 2019, YouTube, the video-sharing platform owned by Alphabet (earlier Google), is once again doubling the rate of its high-impact fixed homepage advertisement — from Rs 70 lakh a day at present to Rs 1.4 crore, according to a letter YouTube sent to various media agencies.