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Amazon brings Fire TV edition smart TVs to India, partners Onida

NEW DELHI : Amazon has partnered Onida to bring Fire TV edition smart TVs in India, a move aimed at helping the e-commerce company further strengthen its position in the booming consumer durable market in the country.

How to Watch A Christmas Carol This Christmas | TV Guide

It is officially the holiday season, which means it is time to tune in to your favorite Christmas specials. When it comes to certain stories, there are multiple versions to choose from. Charles Dickens' iconic A Christmas Carol might have the most iterations, but TV Guide has you covered for all your Ebenezer Scrooge needs — whether he's hanging with muppets, animated, or portrayed by Guy Pearce.

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A recent study published by QY Reports, titled, “Over-the-Top (OTT) Devices And Services Market” Research Report, analysts offer an in-depth analysis of the Global Over-the-Top (OTT) Devices And Services Market. The study analyses the various aspect of the market by studying its historic and forecast data. The research report provides a Porters five force model and SWOT analysis of the Market. The different areas covered in the report are market size, drivers and restraints, segment analysis, geographic outlook, major manufacturers in the market, and competitive arena.

Atwood, Nesbit among those honored by Center for Fiction

NEW YORK (AP) — The art of invention itself was a special guest as the Center for Fiction honored Margaret Atwood and Hulu, literary agent Lynn Nesbit and debut author De’Shawn Charles Winslow.

Netflix is testing a new ‘Watch Now’ feature that makes it more like regular TV

Netflix has such a massive base of viewers at this point, spread across so many corners of the globe, that any improvement in the company’s streaming service — no matter how small — can end up having an outsized effect.

Paul McCartney's adventure novel for kids is becoming a Netflix movie

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Paul McCartney is about to have much more of a presence on Netflix than the occasional documentary or Beatles homage. Netflix and Gaumont are producing an animated movie based on McCartney's children's adventure novel High in the Clouds, which was also written by Philip Ardagh and Geoff Dunbar. The book follows the tale of a teenage squirrel who lands in a group of rebels after he inadvertently makes enemies with a tyrannical owl.