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Film Movement introduces SVOD service

Indie distributor Film Movement has launched its own SVOD service, Film Movement Plus. Priced at $7.99 per month, the new subscription on demand service offers 100 short films and 250 acclaimed festival films ad-free. The service also provides 500 hours of curated content and is available on Android and iOS mobile platforms, Roku, Apple TV and …

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TV OS War: Are Apple, Microsoft & Google really interested?

The world is getting smarter. Holding an iPhone X can be a status symbol, but if you don’t have a smart TV in your living room, then an Apple flagship can hardly defend you against the troll. The global smart TV market has grown humongous in recent years and is currently valued at $135.51 billion. …

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The Impending Death of Media Streaming Devices

Your living room TV is the battleground for connected content experiences. At war are smart TV manufacturers, streaming stick brands, and set-top boxes. The beginning of 2018 saw the war heat up as TV manufacturers rolled out some breakthrough innovations at CES 2018. Samsung announced that its 2018 smart TVs will be powered by Bixby, …

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CBS All Access debuts in Canada

CBS All Access, the direct-to-consumer digital subscription video-on-demand (SVOD) service of broadcasting network CBS has debuted in Canada, the first non-US expansion of the OTT service. The VOD service with 7500 hours of ad-free content will be available to Canadian audience over platforms such as iOS, Android and on Apple TV and Chromecast. The OTT …

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NTV+ witnesses strong growth for OTT TV

Russian pay TV provider NTV+ has grown 3.5 times in the first quarter of 2018 totaling the subscriber count to 41,000 which has made the OTT platform, the group’s fastest growing business area. The video-on-demand service is available to both NTV+ subscribers and the non-subscribers as well. NTV+ was recently in news for launching an …

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Law & Crime Network goes digital

Law & Crime has introduced mobile and OTT apps on several platforms such as Android, iOS, Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV, and Google Play etc. The company is eyeing to expand its rapidly growing viewership. It is also going to debut on Roku very soon. Law & Crime which is garnering over 2 million monthly …

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BBC’s SVOD platform, BritBox, debuts in Canada

BBC Worldwide has launched the subscription video-on-demand (SVOD) streaming service in Canada. The online streaming platform in partnership with ITV will bring the finest of British TV to the Canadian audiences. BritBox will be available to Canadians at a price of $8.99 per month, after a 7-day introductory free trial period. The online video-on-demand service …

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Brand USA launches GoUSA TV

Brand USA has launched GoUSA TV which will feature created and original content both to inspire, invite, and welcome travelers to visit the USA. The channel will be a go-to channel for finding real, authentic, and OTT video content about travel experiences in the US. GoUSA TV will offer a rich library of a single …

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YouTube TV debuts on Roku devices

Interestingly, YouTube TV has finally launched on Roku and both the companies announced the news jointly. The announcement said YouTube TV will be available on “select Roku devices” in the 80 markets in which the service is distributed. As per a CNBC report, Google has registered around 300,000 users for its virtual MVPD services since …

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Sling TV debuts in Puerto Rico

Sling TV, the OTT platform of Dish Network has expanded its service to Puerto Rico. The platform will compete with the incumbent cable operator, Liberty Global. Sling TV said that it will be offering all of its services and packages, including its two core offerings —  Sling Orange ($20 per month) and Sling Blue ($25 …

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