Power is ability to build an inclusive, equitable ecosystem: Aparna Purohit
The head of India Originals at Amazon Prime Video believes being able to challenge gender norms through thought-provoking, women-oriented narratives is powerful to her as a leader
The Conversation: Jennifer Salke, Head, Amazon Studios
The head of Amazon Studios talks about how the Covid-19 pandemic forced the company to think up new business models and out-of-the-box content
Sony-ZEE need a digital strategy before it's too late
ZEE5 and SonyLiv are at the bottom of the viewership chart with a share of 9% and 4% respectively—while Amazon and Netflix each have a 20% share, and Disney+Hotstar has a 17.5% share
Live your story
Everything she has done in her career has prepared Aparna Purohit for the role of an enabler, who helps all kinds of stories find their way on screen.
The show will go on: PVR boss Ajay Bijli
In the latest edition of Biz Buzz, PVR’s chairman Ajay Bijli opens up about raising money during the pandemic, re-looking at cost structures, and his new business mantra.
Netflix and its battle for India
In the five years that Netflix has been in India, it has grown exponentially. But with its premium pricing, and increased competition, the streaming giant will have to work harder to steal the show.
‘The most remarkable change has been Jio’
Netflix boss Reed Hastings on the Jio effect on data prices in India, his ‘no rules’ management philosophy, the India growth strategy, and more. A Fortune India exclusive.
Lionsgate Play eyes India’s premium content space
Lionsgate Play, one of the newest entrants in the OTT space, wants to develop a diverse slate of premium originals from India. But the space is already crowded with big names vying for attention.
It’s showtime for OTT players in 2021
OTT industry truly came of age in 2020 and are bullish about their prospects in 2021 too. With movie theatres still reeling with reduced footprints, it looks like the era of streaming is here to stay.
Govt lens on digital news and OTT platforms
According to a government order, all digital content would be regulated by the information and broadcasting ministry, which includes OTT platforms such as Netflix and Amazon Prime Video.