The British Academy of Film and Television Arts (BAFTA) is taking its first steps in India with the global expansion of the ‘Breakthrough’ initiative, supported by Netflix. Continue Reading
In the annual ‘World’s Most Admired Companies’ survey by Fortune magazine which was released recently, lists FedEx in the 14th rank, tied with American Express and Netflix. Continue Reading
With 2019 coming to an end, News Today compiles a list of sectors that made a huge dent. They were chosen based on impact they made to our lives. From online shopping to food delivery, from watching web series to e-learning, the 2010s has been a decade to remember. Continue Reading
Netflix has launched its first post-production training programme in Asia in partnership with the Maharashtra government and Amsterdam Post Lab (APostLab). The programme trains producers and post-production supervisors on the tools, techniques, systems and skills to specialise in complex episodic storytelling. Continue Reading
Since the time Amazon Prime and Netflix forayed into India, it is being considered as an alternative entertainment source. More importantly, one need not visit the illegal websites to download the latest movies they want to watch. Additionally, the over-the-top (OTT) platforms also has exclusive tv series contents.
News Today lists out a few of the movies and series that were recently released on the streaming websites. Continue Reading
Game of Thrones creators David Benioff and Dan Weiss have signed what sources say is a $200 million multiyear overall film and TV deal with Netflix. Continue Reading
At present, Netflix offers three subscription plans in India which include Rs 500 for standard definition and streaming on one device, Rs 650 for HD and streaming on two devices and Rs 800 for Ultra HD streaming on four devices simultaneously. Continue Reading