Campaign India Team
Feb 09, 2024

RPSG Lifestyle Media brings The Hollywood Reporter to India

The Indian edition of the entertainment publication is under a licensing agreement with Penske Media Corporation

RPSG Lifestyle Media brings The Hollywood Reporter to India
RPSG Lifestyle has announced the launch of the Indian edition of The Hollywood Reporter. 
 
The entertainment publication's launch is under a licensing agreement with Penske Media Corporation. 
 
It aims to celebrate India's cinematic creativity across languages, regions and platforms, including OTT, digital and theatre. 
 
Currently, The Hollywood Reporter has editions in the US, Italy and Japan. 
 
Avarna Jain, chairperson, RPSG Lifestyle Media, said, “Hollywood is home to one of the world’s oldest film industries and is the genesis for the multitude of local names that filmmaking communities enjoy all over the world. The Hollywood Reporter India will be the first Indian publication that will look at the Indian entertainment industry as a whole. It will celebrate cinematic creativity across languages, regions and platforms, including OTT, digital and theatre. Hollywood may be the oldest, but India is the world’s biggest filmmaking industry and THR India will celebrate that.” 
 
Elisabeth Rabishaw, executive vice president and co-publisher, The Hollywood Reporter, said, "This partnership signifies our continued commitment to fostering global connections and celebrating the culture, vibrancy, and robust entertainment business in India."
 
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