Kamal Jain, group chief financial officer-India of Eros International Media tells CNBC-TV18 that they are expecting Ra.One to be one of the biggest blockbusters ever.
This Sunday morning Microsoft woke up to a hacked YouTube channel. The software giant’s official YouTube channel had all its videos wiped off and
Shah Rukh Khan is on marketing overdrive. He launched a YouTube channel for the film that will release on October 26. In an exclusive interview to CNBC-TV18's Anuradha Sengupta, Shah Rukh and Rajan Anandan, managing director and vice president of Google India reveal what the unique association will entail.
Those awaiting the release of Shahrukh Khan's much hyped movie, Ra.One can now begin catching glimpses of the movie's making, behind the scene footages, thoughts of the actor on the movie, and other extras on YouTube.
Google today said it has tied up with Bollywood actor Shahrukh Khan's production company Red Chillies Entertainment for promoting his coming film Ra.One. Besides promoting Ra.One on YouTube, Shahrukh will be doing online video chats with fans through Google's social networking site 'Google+'.
It also introduced two, additional software tools - Magisto and Vlix and has allowed extension to the 15-minute upload to all those who go through thorough account verification, and stay clear of all copyright infringements.
YouTube is globally launching some video editing functions for uploaded videos.
Asus has launched a new media player called the O!Play Mini Plus. One of the key features of this new player is its support for many online media services.
LG has been setting the standard with their 3D technology in televisions. At IFA 2011, they have done one better and introduced the LW980T Dual Play TV.
Facebook reached the one trillion pageviews mark in June according to data complied by DoubleClick, an ad network that is also a subsidiary of Google. This
Google‘s habit of slowly evolving a product through its phases will effect Google+ as well.
Google Plus Hangout makes YouTube debut
Google Inc's YouTube is in discussions with major cellphone operators and handset makers on a deal to help unclog telecommunications networks, Bloomberg reported on Wednesday.
In a country where being connected is seen as crucial, Ushi, China's answer to LinkedIn, expects explosive growth over the next few years in the world's largest Internet market.
Egypt's Hosni Mubarak failed to stem protest by turning off the Internet. Syria couldn't stop mobile phone video of bloody crackdowns appearing on YouTube.
The odds are always stacked against opposition candidates in Singapore elections and for Nicole Seah, a political novice contesting in the backyard of a popular former prime minister, they should be overwhelming.
In an interview with Siddharth Zarabi of CNBC-TV18, Shailesh Rao the managing director of the media business for the Asia Pacific region for Google and Rajan Anandan, managing director of Google in India spoke about the future of the internet and Google in India.
The wild popularity of Facebook and other social media sites has spawned a cottage industry of con artists promising average investors a chance to cash in on the frenzy through shares in the companies ahead of their initial public offerings.
YouTube, the Google-owned video-sharing website, is banking on Bollywood and cricket to make its mark in the Indian market, looking at tie-ups with major studios to expand its movie library.
Google Inc's YouTube is in talks to buy video producer Next New Networks, according to a person familiar with the discussions.
Long since video-sharing website YouTube became an Internet sensation, media watchers have wondered how it can take users' appetite for 2- or 3-minute videos and transform it into a hunger for full-length film and TV-style content.
She's middle-aged, gray-haired and stays up all night. Still, Heidi the cross-eyed opossum is Germany's biggest media sensation, and she has not even made her debut at the Leipzig Zoo.