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到期日2025-01-17
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  • Reuters

    Factbox - Reliance, Disney to dominate Indian entertainment with streaming, TV assets

    Indian billionaire Mukesh Ambani's Reliance Industries and Walt Disney on Wednesday announced the merger of their India TV and streaming media assets, creating a $8.5 billion powerhouse in the world's most populous nation. The merged entity will have 120 TV channels and two streaming platforms, making its business much larger than rivals such as Japan's Sony, Netflix and India's Zee Entertainment in the country's $28 billion media and entertainment sector. Together, Reliance and Disney will have over 750 million viewers across India and will also cater to the Indian diaspora across the world.

  • Reuters

    UPDATE 3-Reliance, Disney to merge India media assets to create $8.5 bln powerhouse

    India's top conglomerate Reliance Industries and Walt Disney on Wednesday announced the merger of their India TV and streaming media assets, creating an $8.5 billion entertainment juggernaut far ahead of rivals in the world's most populous nation. Reliance, led by Asia's richest man Mukesh Ambani, will inject $1.4 billion in the merged entity, with the company and its affiliates holding a more than 63% stake. Disney will hold about 37%, the companies said in a joint statement.

  • Reuters

    Reliance, Disney to merge India media assets to create $8.5 billion powerhouse

    NEW DELHI/LOS ANGELES (Reuters) -India's top conglomerate Reliance Industries and Walt Disney on Wednesday announced the merger of their India TV and streaming media assets, creating an $8.5 billion entertainment juggernaut far ahead of rivals in the world's most populous nation. Reliance, led by Asia's richest man Mukesh Ambani, will inject $1.4 billion in the merged entity, with the company and its affiliates holding a more than 63% stake. Disney will hold about 37%, the companies said in a joint statement.