MUMBAI: Sony Pictures Networks India (SPN) has signed multi-year broadcasting deal with Baseline Ventures and the Volleyball Federation of India (VFI) to broadcast the inaugural Pro Volleyball League next year.
The days of families huddling in front of the telly may be numbered. As cord-cutting, the trend of dropping cable or DTH for online streaming services, catches on, an increasing number of Indians is turning to their smartphones and smart TVs to watch their favourite shows, movies and live sports.
BENGALURU: Star India’s overthe-top (OTT) platform Hotstar has been valued at about Rs 1,850 crore, according to latest regulatory filings. Run by Novi Digital Entertainment, Hotstar has about 100 million app downloads — ahead of rivals like Amazon Prime and Netflix, which have 50 million and 5 million app downloads respectively.
Balaji Telefilms’ video on demand platform ALTBalaji plans to invest up to Rs 150 crore a year for the next two-three years, while looking to achieve break- even in thenext three years
Owing to severe decline in monthly page visits, from 8.5 billion to 4.7 billion in the last two years, Facebook is set to cede its long-held second position among the top websites in the US to YouTube, according to a new study.
MUMBAI: A tussle is brewing between TV broadcasters and advertising agencies over discounted rates being offered to advertisers. The broadcasters claim they are not being consulted when agencies discount ad rates while pitching for business to clients (advertisers) and this has resulted in stagnation
YouTube came as a saviour in 2010 for pop band SANAM which had huge talent but not the connect they desired. They had done all that was required for a great kick start for a band like theirs—winning a popular talent show ‘Times Supastars’ back in 2010 and releasing their music through big labels like…
MUMBAI: About half the content on Hindi news channels in the May-July period was non-news-related, according to TV viewership monitoring agency Broadcast Audience Research Council
Independent analyst Kunal Bothra has a buy call on Sun TV Network Ltd.NSE 0.25 % with a target price of Rs 825.0 . The current market price of Sun TV Network Ltd. is Rs 792.25 Time period given by analyst is Intra Day when Sun TV Network Ltd
Promoters of HathwayNSE 0.58 % Cable & Datacom, one of the leading cable TV and broadband services providers, are set to infuse Rs 350 crore in the company over the next 18 months.