Star India-owned video over-the-top (OTT) platform Hotstar seems to be popular among users, given that mobile accounts for more than 90% of watchtime versus other platforms such as desktop, according to latest data shared by its parent — Novi Digital Entertainment. “As data prices have reduced besides mobile handsets becoming more affordable than earlier, consumers’…
Bharti Airtel on Monday announced a strategic partnership with Star India-owned video streaming platform Hotstar, thus enabling its prepaid and postpaid subscribers to view the latter’s content via its Airtel TV app for free.
With potential for advertising revenues in regional markets still looking good, broadcasters are either adding to their bouquets or trying to break in here. At Rs 5,300-6,000 crore, regional advertising spends on television in 2017, grew at about 10% over those in 2016.
Reliance Jio’s live television app Jio TV today said it has bagged digital rights to broadcast the Winter Olympic Games PyeongChang 2018 across India.
With a tough year behind it, the response from FM radio operators to the next round of auctions for frequencies is likely to be lukewarm. “Advertising revenues were expected to grow by about 15-16% but have grown by just about 9-10%,” Apurva Purohit, president
If you think you’ve seen enough of the futuristic gadgetry being showed off at the ongoing Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2018, then you will be amazed to see a new product, straight from the house of Samsung.
Twitter Inc is partnering with Twenty First Century Fox Inc’s Fox Sports to stream a live show on the FIFA World Cup soccer tournament set to be hosted in Russia later this year.
Google has blocked YouTube on Amazon’s Fire TV earlier than expected amid growing rivalry between the two tech giants as their businesses continue to overlap.
The Union government has sought recommendation from telecom regulator TRAI on auctioning television channels on lines of FM radio channels, the Lok Sabha was informed today.
Airtel launched a new version of its Airtel TV app for Android and iOS platforms. This means the catalogue of over 300 live TV channels and 6000 movies and worldwide TV shows will be available on a free subscription basis to Airtel prepaid and postpaid users until June 2018.