Mukesh Ambani's music shake-up: Mukesh Ambani, Asia's richest man, chairman and MD of Reliance Industries, now owns South Asia's largest platform for music. After shaking-up the telecom industry with dirt-cheap data and calling services,\u00a0Reliance Industries acquired\u00a0Saavn Media earlier this year. Reliance Jio and its parent company Reliance Industries signed a deal for the integration of JioMusic with\u00a0Saavn, which now is South Asia's largest streaming, entertainment and artist platform. Marking the official integration of the two,\u00a0Saavn Media, a unit of RIL, announced launched the live-streaming music app. RIL had acquired the partial stake from the existing shareholders of Saavn for $104 million. With Saavn, RIL has added one more venture to its long list to subsidiaries that provide services related to entertainment and content. Network 18:\u00a0Mukesh Ambani's Reliance Industries owns the mass media and entertainment network. Under RIL's ownership, the Network 18 group in 2015 acquired ETV Network. Balaji Telefilms:\u00a0In July last year, Reliance Industries\u00a0acquired\u00a024.92% stake in Ekta Kapoor's Balaji Telefilms. Roy Kapur Films: Mukesh Ambani also signed a multi-year deal with\u00a0Roy Kapur Films for short and long-form content under 'Jio Originals'. Eros International: In February this year, RIL also acquired 5% stake in Eros International and announced joint Partnership with Eros India to set-up Rs 1,000 crore each to produce and acquire Indian films and digital originals. Star India: RIL has recently announced\u00a0five-year content syndication deal between its video streaming platform JioTV and Star India. Cable networks: RIL also entered a strategic investment partnership with Den Networks\u00a0Limited and Hathway Cable and Datacom Limited in October, which will be cable operators in Mukesh Ambani's kitty as well. According to a report by\u00a0America Merrill Lynch (BofAML), about two-thirds of Jio users use data to\u00a0primarily watch live television and stream videos.\u00a0The telecom aggregation apps like JioTV and JioCinema are turning into one-stop places for consumers to view all content.