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Twitter users watch more movies: survey

Twitter users are 87 percent more likely than non-Twitter users to go watch a movie within the first 10 days of its opening. They were also 340 percent more likely than non-users to have seen more than 12 movies in theatres over the last six months.

Hard to Understand, Harder to Remember

Struggling to understand someone else talking can be a taxing mental activity. A wide range of studies have already documented that individuals with hearing loss or who are listening to degraded speech -- for example, over a bad phone line or in a loud room -- have greater difficulty remembering and processing the spoken information than individuals who heard more clearly.

Global streaming consumption up 63%, but advertisers wary

While global streaming time was up 63 per cent year-on-year, ad demand dropped 28 per cent in a single quarter, heavily impacted by the Coronavirus pandemic.

TV: The New Guardian

It is estimated that 75 per cent of everything on TV, both programming and commercials, is created by approximately 100 large corporations whose only intention is to maximize their profits for their shareholders in whatever ways are legal.

RAM & TAM show growing Radio listenership among young listeners

Radio has and will always make innovative content that connects with the pulse of the youth and will continue to leverage a fertile field for advertisers and brands that target the youth

Animated film captures Kolkata swamped in climate horror

Co-directors of Wade, an award-winning short film, say what it’s like to imagine a dystopia in your home city and what they hope the film will achieve

Air Badminton – A New Outdoor Game

Air Badminton is designed to create opportunities for people of all ages and ability to play badminton on hard, grass and sand surfaces in parks, gardens, streets, playgrounds, and beaches around the world. The project has been going on for the past five years to develop a new outdoor shuttlecock with increased durability, stability and wind resistance to allow people to play badminton outdoors.

Remembering Pancham Da – R.D. Burman

R.D. Burman is immortal. Even two decades after his death his lilting melodies and soulful tunes continue to inspire and influence musicians and music aficionados alike

Neelesh Misra to spoof governance in ‘Ramrajya’

Writer and lyricist Neelesh Misra's new “introspective” TV show “Ramrajya” will “raise a lot of uncomfortable but necessary prospects” of good governance.

Deepti Naval to write a book of short stories on Kashmir

She said it was okay to have actors like Shammi Kapoor and Asha Parekh do romantic films in Kashmir in the past, but time has now come when local writers should be encouraged to write scripts for Bollywood movies, depicting Kashmir.

“The Hidden Strike” premiers on Shemaroome

“The Hidden Strike” an action thriller is inspired by the courage, gut and valour of the Indian armed forces. The film manages to rouse a sense of glory, honour and passion about the triumphant endeavours of the army. Putting their lives in unforeseen yet calculated danger

Teaching mythology in a way children can understand and enjoy

“Dashavatar” is the latest addition from Sony Music Kids’ magical collection of high-quality original audio stories and colourful eye-catching videos in Hindi, that are specially developed to facilitate learning in a fun and entertaining manner for children.

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