Back in February 2019, we wrote about Indian telco Vodafone Idea’s decision to shut down its Idea Music app, promising to “come up very soon with an offering”
Indian digital-media firm Hungama has launched a new loyalty program that spans its music and video-streaming services. It’s called Hungama Rewards, and involves people earning virtual ‘coins’ (no, not in a cryptocurrency […]
Indian digital-music service Hungama has published a report – Sound of Fame – which outlines some of the trends on its platform in 2018. The company said that its user base grew […]
It’s not just the likes of Spotify, Deezer and Pandora trying to take a bite out of traditional radio by moving into podcasts. Indian streaming service Hungama Music is following […]
In 2016 and 2017, various industry execs have predicted that the global music-streaming market will come down to five or six large-scale services: Apple, Google, Amazon, Spotify and perhaps a couple more pureplays drawn from Deezer, Pandora, Napster, Tidal and other rivals.
However, that still leaves room for more local players, focusing on individual regions, countries and demographics. Some of them gathered at Midem today for a session billed as a ‘world tour’ of streaming services.
The panel included Sandra Gama, chief legal officer at iMusica; Eddy Maroun, CEO of Anghami; Brian Ringer, CTO of Napster; Siddartha Roy, CEO of Hungama; Oliver Lalouchez, CEO of Trace; and Val Segal, CEO of ELLO. The moderator was SXSW’s head of music festival James Minor.
Indian digital music service Hungama has launched a new spin-off app for in-car use called Hungama Drive. “What drives you? A long drive? Music? Or both? Gear up for Hungama Drive, an app that streams music on your car stereo,” explains the App Store listing for its iOS app.
Indian digital music and videos firm Hungama is on the verge of raising at least $100m in new funding, according to a TechCrunch report. It claims that the company is […]
India has been a very interesting market for streaming music in recent years, from the rise of apps for Hungama, Saavn, Dhingana and Gaana to the recent, sudden shutdown of […]
We mentioned Indian mobile entertainment firm Hungama’s MyPlay iPhone app earlier this week, but the company has another mobile app that’s fresh out in its native market. Huuked is described as ‘mobile file-sharing software’, which is available for Symbian and Java phones.
Indian mobile entertainment firm Hungama has teamed up with operator Bharti Airtel for a mobile webcast, with Nokia chipping in to stream it on the web.