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Amazon Prime Video Collaborates with AMC Networks to launch AMC+ and Acorn TV on Prime Video Channels in India

Prime members can purchase an annual add-on subscription to AMC+ at a special introductory price of INR 349 and enjoy full access to Acorn TV as well.
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Amazon Prime Video signs multi-film collaboration with Nadiadwala Grandson Entertainment

NGE’s upcoming slate of movies, including Bawaal, Sanki, Baaghi 4, will be available on the streaming service for all Prime members.
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Does TVOD hold a new promise for the OTT universe?

Last week Amazon launched Prime Video Store to enable customers to get early access to the latest Indian and international movies on a pay-per-view basis.
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Amazon Prime Video launches TVOD service for movie rentals

The streaming platform announced its biggest content slate for India with 40 new titles in Hindi, Tamil and Telugu.
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“The more local you are, the more global you are”: Aparna Purohit, Amazon Prime Video

Head of India Originals Aparna Purohit and Sushant Sreeram, director, SVOD at Amazon Prime Video, get down to explaining why the service has done so stunningly well in India.
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Amazon Prime Video’s new spot brings together a young couple; a response to rival Netflix’s ‘For All’ campaign

With streaming touching new highs, streamers are focusing on their content to lure new viewers and sustain old ones.
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MUBI looks to rekindle PVR partnership as theatres open up

In conversation with Svetlana Naudiyal, the Asia Programming Director at MUBI over content, partnerships, and pricing.
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What happened when JK met Hathi Ram?

To promote the new season of Pataal Lok on Amazon, Digi Osmosis created a conversation between popular characters of two different web series.
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Amazon Prime Video wants you off its platform this Diwali

But, don’t you dare leave the Amazon ecosystem.
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The 'Drishyam' effect: Made in South India, watched and loved across regions

How subs, dubs and permeable language barriers are taking South Indian OTT content - Tamil, Telugu, Malayalam and Kannada - across geographies.