When DreamWorks Studios decided to start pre-selling international territories one year ago, some observers took it as a sign that its main financier, India's Reliance Entertainment, was scaling back.
With more and more online distributors getting into the market, some of YouTube's longest-standing content providers are getting restless.
Indian production services group Reliance MediaWorks has seen its shares tumble after announcing a heavily diluting $101 million rights issue.
India-based Reliance Entertainment is heading to "Graceling," acquiring feature rights Kristin Cashore's young-adult fantasy trilogy as a film franchise starter in partnership with Kintop Pictures.
Reliance and CBS are bowing a Hindi feed of their English-language Big CBS Prime, which carries Eye's shows in India.
India's Reliance Broadcast Network, part of billionaire Anil Ambani's conglom, and the RTL Group, a division of German giant Bertelsmann, will launch action adventure channel Big RTL Thrill in India…
Visual effects company Digital Domain Sunday night confirmed it sale to Galloping Horse America and Mumbai-based Reliance Mediaworks for $30.2 million.
The Indian conglom that has seeded a lot of high-profile investments in the film biz during the past few years has turned its attention to the smallscreen.
Reliance Entertainment and Kintop Pictures have acquired film rights to Mark Frost's "The Paladin Prophecy," a young-adult trilogy to be published by Random House Children's Books in September, for…
DreamWorks' financing deal with Reliance Entertainment will extend to a second, smaller round that allows the studio to make up to five movies per year, but with a potential catch: The India-based…
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