Major Businesses | Business
By continuing to use this site you consent to the use of cookies on your device as described in our cookie policy unless you have disabled them. You can change your cookie settings at any time but parts of our site will not function correctly without them. [Close]
Leading Indian film entertainment provider Eros International has reported a strong half year for fiscal 2018, with its paying subscriber base growing over 70% in the last six months to total 3.7 million.

Thalia Droussioti, founder and CEO of television programme information supplier Global Listings, has been named the winner of the Stevie Award in the CEO category for Women in Business for Female Entrepreneur of the Year in Europe, the Middle East & Africa.

In a deal that it says adds transformational financing and production capacity, The Ink Factory has closed $180 million worth of second round of equity financing, alongside an equity co-investment partnership and a senior debt facility.

The Format Recognition and Protection Association (FRAPA), the international body dedicated to the protection of formats within the television and broadcast industry, has announced the appointment of two new general board members.

Media giant Viacom saw a bit of a turnaround for the quarter and fiscal year ended 30 September, with significantly improved ratings at some of its networks, including MTV and Comedy Central.

Independent content creation group for television and multimedia platforms, Banijay Group has appointed Frédéric Balmary as chief operating officer of Banijay Studios International.

The cloud infrastructure provider which hosts leading online video offers such as the BBC iPlayer on its platform, Amazon Web Services (AWS) has become the latest member of online video ecosystem association the Streaming Video Alliance.

Japan’s anime industry has grown about 9% to a record level of US$17.7 billion, boosted by a rise in revenues from overseas sales of streaming and broadcast rights in 2016.