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Before the UEFA Champions League kicks off, Sony Pictures Sports Network urges football fans to catch the game live even in the wee hours of night

China seems unable to resist Bollywood movies of triumph against all odds. Billions of rupees in ticket collections is proof

Be it dirt, grime or frizz — Mr. Beardo will always come to your rescue

How ALTBalaji, the digital offering from Balaji Telefilms, is making its presence felt in a highly competitive streaming industry

By bagging domestic cricket rights, Star India now has an iron grip over India’s biggest sport

Why Star outbid its rivals to bag the TV and digital rights of IPL and how it plans to make the most of its costliest wager

With mindless money invested and unrealistic valuations prevailing, what qualifies for a bigger tamasha — the stock market or the IPL?

New fiscal begins with a stake sale for Eros International promoters

The Burbank-headquartered company’s India ride has been bumpy so far. Can Disney recreate its magic here?

Every media player wants a shot at the over-the-top content market. Which one will crack the puzzle first?  

Contiloe Pictures' Abhimanyu Singh lists his favourite movies 

Broking firms are increasingly seeing merit in a diversified business model. But can everyone make it?

A bunch of strategic mistakes has pushed a promising business from Anil Ambani's stable into a wind-down mode

The licensing and merchandising market is coming of age as franchisees look at novel ways to monetise toons

Ducere Technologies' Lechal shoes are not just taking people places but also showing them the way

How two 20-somethings are redefining gesture technology 

IMD Business School professor Bill Fischer on the importance of innovation

Why Indian companies are tying up with Hollywood releases

Balaji Motion Pictures produces saleable films with a tight leash on costs. The result: profitable movies

Blackberry has been losing market share globally. Can it stay on course in India?