Category: VIDEOS

Netflix, Amazon Said to Face Censorship Threat in India

India is deliberating potential censorship on streaming platforms such as Netflix and Amazon Prime Video, a senior government source told Reuters. While film and TV certification bodies already moderate public content in India, the country’s laws do not allow censorship of content on the increasingly popular online streaming platforms. The government’s concern has been sparked

Flipkart announces the launch of Flipkart Video Originals

New Delhi: Walmart-backed e-commerce platform, Flipkart, has forayed into offering original video content with the launch of ‘Flipkart Video Originals’, the company said in a statement. Integrated within the Flipkart Video platform, the content will be produced by some of the best creators in the industry and curated especially for the Flipkart platform, Flipkart said.

Now, watch cricket on Facebook as ICC partners with the social media giant

International Cricket Council has announced a partnership with Facebook for four years. The social media giant will showcase match recaps, in-play key moments and other match and feature content for four years. The highlights will play on Facebook Watch, the social media platform on-demand video service. The International Cricket Council has announced a partnership with

YouTube Originals Free to Watch Starting September 24

Months after confirming that its Originals programming would soon be free with advertisements, YouTube has finally announced content released after September 24 will be available to non-YouTube Premium subscribers as well. On the official support page, YouTube said that some original content will be available for viewing without a YouTube Premium subscription, albeit supported with

TikTok launches new feature for users’ safety in India

New Delhi: Short video-making platform TikTok on Monday launched a ‘Device Management’ feature that would enable users in India to have complete control of their account. Users will be able to end sessions or remove their accounts from other devices from within the TikTok app to better manage the safety of their account. According to the company, the