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Disney, HBO and ViacomCBS all reported stronger subscriber growth in first quarter
Company attributes bounce back to guests paying higher rates for bigger, more rural properties
Incumbent facing fiercer competition after pandemic boost with spending on content critical
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Netflix and Disney Plus look to expand in south-east Asia’s biggest economy
Stockholm-based group holding its ground in region — in contrast to other European media companies
System of selling rights to pay-TV is under threat from services that promise a vastly bigger audience
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Streaming groups and cinema chains turn to non-Hindi language films as Covid-19 hits production
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Service’s premium pricing has left it trailing Disney and Amazon in competitive market