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The new avenue allows brands to connect with influencers and celebrities directly, without paying a commission

exchange4media Staff 14-January-2019

From Dainik Jagran, Amity Global School, Imperial Hotel, Nykaa to Bombay Times, the movie has promoted several brands and they are hard to miss

Anjali Thakur 02-January-2019

From Veere Di Wedding and Sanju to Zero and Race, brands played a major role in many films this year

Neethu Mohan 31-December-2018

UCWeb owned UC Browser providing fans with movie contents

exchange4media Staff 20-December-2018

Shah Rukh Khan starrer Zero has become the first Bollywood film to utilise Amazon Alexa, develop a Snapchat filter, and even create a Whatsapp sticker pack.

Venkata Susmita Biswas 19-December-2018

Fans have to create a profile on the website Bauua Ki Toli, connect their Facebook or Twitter profiles, and interact on the Red Chillies Entertainment pages to earn points

exchange4media Staff 05-December-2018

According to the report, mobile will influence two in three apparel purchases, amounting to a $66 billion opportunity for brands, half of which will be driven by Facebook.

exchange4media Staff 31-July-2018

The reports are authored by KPMG in India, based on primary research and insights based on the survey conducted by Nielsen for various industry verticals

exchange4media Staff 10-July-2018

The newly appointed CEO of ZEE5 on how he aims to have the widest appeal in the OTT space amongst Indian consumers

Madhuwanti Saha 09-July-2018

Facebook announced the release of its “Zero Friction Future” program with multiple industry research whitepapers complied by KPMG. The whitepapers are based on primary research and insights survey conducted by Nielsen.

exchange4media Staff 18-May-2018

Following up on its ruling against differential pricing earlier this year, TRAI has asked the telecom ecosystem to give their suggestions on how a TSP agnostic platform that can facilitate promotion of apps on mobile can be implemented

Abhinn Shreshtha 25-May-2016

According to media reports, Airtel has written to TRAI seeking approval to offer exclusive content over private network for its subscribers in India.

exchange4media Staff 29-April-2016

TRAI has barred telecom companies from charging different prices for data traffic. Under the new guidelines, defaulters will be fined Rs 50,000 per day for discriminatory tariffs.

exchange4media Staff 09-February-2016

Mark Zuckerberg addressed a packed house in IIT Delhi in his annual townhall session yesterday. Among other things, he gave a detailed response to a question on whether Facebook was firmly in support of net neutrality

Abhinn Shreshtha 29-October-2015

We take you through some of the best creative enterprises on social media that address the issue of net neutrality while tickling the funny bone

Ankur Singh 21-April-2015

Addressing consumers in an email, Vittal reiterates, “There has been a deliberate effort by some quarters to confuse people that we will offer differential speeds or differential access for different sites. This is untrue…”

exchange4media Staff 20-April-2015

For internet-based companies, it makes perfect sense to ensure that the nascent online ecosystem is not burdened by unnecessary regulations and rules. No wonder there is an overwhelming support in this sector for net neutrality

Abhinna Shreshtha 17-April-2015

Cleartrip made a statement supporting Net Neutrality withdrawing their association with Internet.org, while NDTV’s Prannoy Roy tweeted that they were committed to net neutrality and therefore will not be part of Facebook’s Internet.org initiative

exchange4media Staff 16-April-2015

Setting the record straight on preferential access, speed and other issues, Srini Gopalan, Director – Consumer Business, Bharti Airtel says, “We are seeing a big and somewhat unrelated debate on net neutrality with regards to the product… Airtel Zero is “free” for all our consumers and open to all marketers – big or small”

exchange4media Staff 16-April-2015

Does Airtel deserve the outrage directed against it? Probably not, when you consider so many other similar events have gone under the radar. What it does highlight is the lack of trust the Indian consumer has for telcos

Abhinn Shreshtha 16-April-2015

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