The head of Voot Select said the next six months will give a clearer picture of Paramount+' entry into the Indian market, adding they will see "if it’s a separate service or is it through Voot Select."
Coronavirus Outbreak: Video streaming firms suspend HD, ultra HD transmission on mobile during lockdown
Video streaming apps like Hotstar, Amazon Prime Video and Tiktok have suspended transmission of high definition and ultra high definition content on mobile networks during the 21-day lockdown period
With streaming services and original programming coming from reputed companies, Indians are finding an easy jump from video on TV, to video on mobile.
At Film Heritage Foundation’s workshops, experts from across the globe aim to give new life to India's iconic works
The non-profit organisation Film Heritage Foundation, set up by Dungarpur in 2014, is dedicated to supporting the conservation, preservation and restoration of the moving image and to developing interdisciplinary programs to create awareness about the language of cinema.
Viacom18's advertising led video-on-demand platform Voot to enter UK market in November; to launch 18 premium web series
Operating as an ad-supported service in the country, Voot claims to have over 35 million monthly active users.
The two companies believe in fast-evolving media and entertainment landscape, TV18 can drive value-addition and synergies across the multi-platform group
Padmavati, the film, will burn in the flames of jauhar: Karni Sena's Lokendra Singh Kalvi tells Firstpost
Firstpost's deputy executive editor Sanjay Singh interviewed Karni Sena's chief Lokendra Singh Kalvi about the group's violent protests against Padmavati.
Padmavati controversy: Real reason behind the clamour to ban Sanjay Leela Bhansali film is clash of inflated egos
The raging debate on Sanjay Leela Bhansali's Padmavati is not about content of the movie.
The lead actress of Aval, Andrea Jeremiah, revealed how she is not going to watch her own movie at a stretch because it might turn out to be too scary.
he program will be delivered through interactive content on television, web, mobile and social media and will have personal and informal interactions with start-up experts and investors.
Alia Bhatt along with filmmaker Karan Johar at the launch of Viacom18’s English entertainment channel Colors Infinity and Colors Infinity HD at JW Marriott.
On 25 November, the Delhi High Court upheld the Centre's decision to stop transmission of entertainment channel Comedy Central for 10 days.
To promote its upcoming film Mary Kom, Viacom18 has announced a short film contest called Cineshorts.