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Reliance Entertainment Studios Pvt Ltd

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Filmmaking begins with an idea in the mind and is finally showcased to the audience on the screen. The journey from an idea to the release of the film is long and full of challenges but with commitment, hard work and determination, the obstacles turn into milestones. We, at Reliance Entertainment, are on a mission to faithfully translate the idea into a film and help the film become a classic. To achieve this objective, we have formed teams and also teamed up with some of the best minds in the business to make unforgettable films that stand the test of time. Web is the new address of entertainment and the influx of multiple OTT platforms from various media houses in recent times establishes this fact. Reliance Entertainment, in association with Big Synergy, has made a mark in the space of filmed entertainment on TV since a long time. With successful TV shows like KBC, 10 Ka Dum, India’s Got Talent and with new-age web-series like Bose: Dead/Alive, Yo Ke Hua Bro & Kaushiki, Reliance Entertainment has created an identity of being a leading content creator in TV and web-series segment. Phantom Films, renowned for making clutter-breaking movies, too has forayed into the web-series segment. The company is currently producing the following web series : Vikramaditya Motwane’s ‘StarDust’, Vikas Bahl’s ‘Vish Puri’ and Meghna Gulzar’s ‘Rakesh Maria Series’. Even Rohit Shetty Picturez, in addition to feature films and their recent success in animation with Little Singham, has now stepped into creating original Web series. Amazon Prime has signed on Rohit Shetty Picturez for an original web series that’s based on Mumbai Police.

star sports company

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Star Sports Network India, also known as Star Sports India, is a group of South Asian pay television sports channels owned by The Walt Disney Company India, wholly owned by The Walt Disney Company. The networks were initially formed in 1991 as a joint venture between Star and Tele-Communications Inc. (TCI) known as Prime Sports, taking their name from TCI's U.S. regional sports networks of the same name. In 1996, Star agreed to merge its sports networks in Asia with those of ESPN, forming ESPN Star Sports. In June 2012, News Corporation acquired ESPN's stake in the joint venture; its corporate successor 21st Century Fox was, in turn, acquired by ESPN's majority-owner The Walt Disney Company in 2019. Star Sports is a major broadcaster of cricket in India, holding the pay television rights to domestic national team matches, the Indian Premier League, and International Cricket Council (ICC) tournaments. Streaming rights to many Star Sports properties are held in India by sister streaming service Disney+ Hotstar. History Hong Kong-based Star TV launched Prime Sports (later renamed Star Sports) in partnership with American company TCI, which owned Prime-branded regional sports channels. The channel was broadcast across Asia, including India, as with the footprint of AsiaSat 7. Star TV has since regionalized the channel with several versions. Later, ESPN joined the region as a competitor to Star Sports. ESPN and Star Sports were competing against each other across Asia.[1] But in October 1996, both channels agreed to combine their operations in the region.[2] As a result, a joint venture named ESPN Star Sports was formed, to be headquartered in Singapore.[3] The joint venture's business in India was managed by its subsidiary, ESPN Software India Private Limited. In June 2012, it was announced that Star TV, by then owned by News Corporation, would acquire ESPN's share in ESPN Star Sports.[4][5] The sale was completed in January 2013.[6][7] On 11 March 2013, Star Sports 2, a Hindi-language sports channel, was launched as a sister channel to Star Sports, Star Cricket and ESPN.[8] On 6 November 2013, Star Sports introduced a new brand identity and re-aligned its channels in India;[9] Star Sports became Star Sports 1; Star Cricket became Star Sports 3, a Hindi language channel; ESPN became Star Sports 4, a Tamil language channel, and Star Cricket HD and ESPN HD became Star Sports HD1 and HD2 respectively.[10][11] In Hong Kong, Taiwan and Southeast Asia, the ESPN Star Sports channels were relaunched by Fox International Channels Asia Pacific as Fox Sports.[12][13] [14][15] ESPN International later established a partnership with Multi-Screen Media in October 2015, which rebranded Sony Kix as Sony ESPN in January 2016.[16] Star India planned to replace the troubled Channel V India with Star Sports 1 Kannada on 16 November 2017, but the delay in regulatory approval meant the plan was postponed. Later, Star India replaced Channel V into the current iteration of Star Sports 3 on 15 September 2018,[17][18][19][20] and launched Star Sports 1 Telugu and Star Sports 1 Kannada as new channels on 7 and 29 December 2018, respectively.[21][22] In the meantime, Kannada commentary of Star Sports' coverage of the Indian Premier League was broadcast on Star Suvarna.[23] 21st Century Fox was acquired by Disney on 19 March 2019, giving it ownership of Star Sports.[24] Ahead of the 2023 Indian Premier League, Star Sports announced that it would launch feeds of Star Sports 1 Tamil and Telugu in HD on 15 March 2023. Concurrently, the Bangla and Marathi feeds were discontinued.[25][26]

Yash Raj Films

Maharashtra, Mumbai

renes sports management

Karnataka, Bangalore

Our Services Athlete Representation Sporting Events & Camps Academies & Clubs International Sports Travel Facilities

Sports Floor India Private Limited

Maharashtra, Pune

EPDM/Rubber Tiles & Mats, PP Tiles/Floor, Multi-Sports Turf, Synthetic/Acrylic Resin Floor, PU Floor, Synthetic PVC Mat, Wooden Floor.