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Society is seemingly trapped in amber – frozen in place by the coronavirus. But really we’re speeding ever faster toward a technological future.
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SINGAPORE/KUALA LUMPUR/JAKARTA/BANGKOK: Online video weekly minutes on mobile devices leaped by 60% in aggregate across in Southeast Asia, as the coronavirus pandemic sparked lockdowns and stay at home orders. According to a survey conducted by consultancy and research firm Media Partners Asia weekly consumption grew from 36.4 billion minutes in mid-January to 58 billion minutes per week by April 11.
NEW YORK: Indian movie producer Eros International Plc is merging with privately-held US filmmaker STX Entertainment in an all-stock deal that brings together Bollywood and Hollywood.
For many, this forced adjustment to the way we live, work and play has been disconcerting and ridden with anxiety.
MUMBAI/HONG KONG: Indian movie producer Eros International Plc is merging with privately-held US filmmaker STX Entertainment in an all-stock deal that brings together Bollywood and Hollywood. The combined company, to be known as Eros STX Global Corp., will be publicly traded and have a valuation of more than US$1 billion.
(Reuters) - The UFC is aiming to stage a fight card at an undisclosed location on May 9 featuring at least two title bouts, the promotion's president Dana White has told its broadcast partner ESPN.
NEW JERSEY, US (ANN): A man has been charged with theft after allegedly placing fake large food orders at various pizzerias in New Jersey, United States.
LOS ANGELES: South Korean video streaming platform Wavve is to supply Korean content to NBC Universal, under a deal announced on Tuesday (April 14). Content Wavve is a consortium established last year involving the country's three terrestrial broadcasters, KBS, MBC and SBS, and local telecoms firm SK Telecom.
Older ballet and opera lovers deprived of their high-culture fix because of shuttered theaters and concert halls are taking the plunge into video streaming for the first time.