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Follow Us On Thursday 23 March 2017 COVER STORY The FTA market, growth of Freedish and impact on DTH sector Availability of popular content on FTA channels is fuelling growth of Doordarshan’s free DTH platform Freedish. In 2016, Freedish added …
Will OTT platforms be able to take away audiences from traditional TV? Or will the growth story be TV plus digital?
Availability of popular content on FTA channels is fuelling growth of Doordarshan’s free DTH platform Freedish. In 2016, Freedish added a staggering 10 mn customers, a feat that was not achieved by all private DTH operators put together. So, how big is the threat? Is this an opportunity too?
YouTube delivers 93% of viewability, thus creating a taxonomy to ensure that advertisers pay when consumers choose to view an ad.
For interest in sports in this country to grow beyond cricket, the other sports have to be made aspirational. A system needs to be put in place for other sports like what the BCCI has done for cricket.
Giving his thoughts on the changes in TV news journalism, Arnab said that plain vanilla had no place in today’s India. Opinion, he said, was the future of journalism.
“TV is such a large medium, such a large voice. Will it get marginalised by technology? I don’t think so,” says Ekta Kapoor.
Co-production, co-ventures and production service providers’ arrangement are the three ways for India to collaborate with Canada in the entertainment arena.
The Indo-UK Year of Culture, Cinestaan Film Company and Film London’s have teamed up to produce ‘The Hungry’.