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Netflix Introduces a New $1 Weekly Mobile-only Plan for Indian Subscribers

In an effort to avoid tractions in the Indian OTT market, Netflix – the global video streaming giant, has come up with a new cheaper weekly plan at just Rs 65. With this plan, mobile users can access the entire library of Netflix for a week, with one-account usability only. Just like Rs 65 ($1) …

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Australian SVoD Market Records 11.8% Surge in Users, Just in a Year

Compared to last year’s market report, SVoD service in Australia witnesses a growth of 11.8% in 2019. Nearly 14 million Australians now have access to SVoD (Subscription Video-on-Demand) services either through subscription TV or Pay TV. Netflix holds the highest share in the Australian video streaming market with over 11.2 million paid subscribers. Stan, the …

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Amazon PVD to Introduce Royalty-based Payments for Content Suppliers

Amazon’s Self-Publishing programme – “Prime Video Direct” is all set to go with a new royalty-based payment structure in the US, effective from April 1. With this initiative, Amazon is striving to reward the content according to its quality & performance. Considering the customer engagement score, the new payment scheme will reward the highest performing …

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Video Streaming to Increase India’s Data Consumption at 72% CAGR by 2022

As internet penetration is increasing in India, users are expected to consume more data by 2022. A recent study says India’s data consumption will grow from the level of 71,67,103 million MB in 2017 to 10,96,58,793 million MB by 2022, at 72.6% CAGR. The presence of Netflix, Prime Video, Hotstar, Eros Now, Viu, and other …

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MX Player Debuts into Indian Video Streaming Market

MX Player, the popular video playback app, launches its OTT platform in India to capture a wider customer-base of the VOD market. With five original web shows, under the banner of “MX Original Series”, the brand is ready to compete with the leading video streaming giants like Netflix and Amazon Prime Video. As MX Player …

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The UK is declining TV Licenses for Video Streaming Services

A recent report has claimed that around 860,000 Britishers have canceled their costly TV licenses in the last two years because of the popularity of Netflix and the likes. The TV licensing expansion on 798,000 users had stopped from 2016. According to statistics, about 2,300 users are canceling their licenses every day in the UK. …

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BBC to launch VoD Service to compete with US Streaming Giants

The BBC will supposedly be launching video streaming service in collaboration with European public service broadcasters to compete with the US VoD giants such as Netflix, Amazon Prime Video etc. In the US, BBC is already streaming British contents with Britbox, an SVoD service running jointly with commercial network ITV. Though BBC has not yet …

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Netflix & Videoland are dominating Netherlands’ SVoD Industry

SVoD giants Netflix and Videoland are growing immensely in the Netherlands. According to a report of 2018, these video streaming platforms are registering new users every day.. Since the 2013 launch of Netflix in the Netherlands, it has been growing in almost every quarter of these years, and supposedly, it is about to reach a …

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Record-Breaking Hike on Home Entertainment Expenditure for Streaming Services

The subscription streaming services along with TVOD (Transactional Video-On-Demand) has made consumers set a new record in home entertainment in 2018. Last year, consumers had spent a total of $23.3 billion on home entertainment which is calculated to be a 11.5% hike from 2017. SVOD (Subscription Video-On-Demand) services, especially Netflix, Amazon Prime Video, and Hulu, …

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Self-Censorship – Netflix & Amazon Prime Video continues Rivalry

Despite being an independent video streaming platform, Amazon Prime Video is giving utmost value to Indian Film Censorship. The adult Hindi movies are being self-censored by Amazon for a family-friendly viewing. On the contrary, Netflix is competing with Amazon Prime Video here as well. Where Amazon has a shorter length for the adult Hindi movies, …

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