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Star India seeks Rs 180 crore discount from BCCI

Ed-tech player BYJU's also seeks exit from jersey sponsorship of team India, as per reports.
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K Madhavan becomes president - The Walt Disney Company India and Star India

In this role, Madhavan will drive the strategy and growth of the Company in India, with responsibility for the vast Disney, Star and Hotstar businesses and operations.

Star India renews its broadcast rights for Wimbledon

As a part of the association between the AELTC and Star India, viewers will get to watch the world’s top tennis players LIVE in action on the grass courts of Wimbledon.

ICC announces the full-match schedule for 2022 Women’s ODI World Cup

It will be held in New Zealand from 4 Feb 2022 to 3 April 2022.

Of 86.8 million Disney+ subscribers, 30% are from Disney+ Hotstar; Company is eyeing 350 million subs globally by 2024

The Walt Disney Company revealed the ambitious next steps in its global streaming expansion at its 2020 Investor Day

Star India acquires Cricket South Africa media rights till 2024

England tour of South Africa T20Is, first non-India bilateral matches to be produced in Hindi, in addition to English feed, will go live from 27th November 2020.

"There is clear scope for us to grow further in each of the regional markets": Kevin Vaz

In an exclusive interview with afaqs!, CEO of regional entertainment channels, Star India shares the story behind the broadcaster's growth in regional markets and his future plans.

Uday Shankar to move on from Disney and Star India to pursue entrepreneurial endeavour

Over the past decade, Shankar has played a key role in shaping the media and entertainment sector in India, bringing reforms for the industry and its consumers.

The challenges and opportunities for OTTs in the crisis economy

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"The biggest bane of M&E has been its disproportionate dependence on advertising": Uday Shankar

While addressing at the 21st edition of FICCI Frames earlier today, President, The Walt Disney - Asia and chairman of Star and Disney India, Uday Shankar pointed out a few areas that need an immediate course correction