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Orange brings OCS to OTT

Orange TV is bringing all of its TV series and Movie content through an OTT platform app – OCS on Orange, Canal, Bouygues Telecom, SFR, Fransat and on PlayStation platforms. OCS, which already has 2.5 million subscribers, will be available at €9.99 per month through Smartphones, Tablets and Smartphones. Further, a €11.99 fee will allow access to the …

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Vudu Tries Out Ad-Supported Video Streaming

Walmart’s video streaming service Vudu, which is priced on a transaction and subscription based offering, rolls out a new on-demand service named Vudu Movies. The service will be rolled out free backed by a an ad-supported model. The service launches across all devices including Roku, Chromecast, Xbox and iOS and Android devices. “This is Vudu’s first …

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Facebook rolls out ability for Video Streaming to Apple TV & Google Chromecast

Facebook has been regularly updating its video & live streaming services and on Thursday released a new update where Facebook users can stream videos from Facebook to TV through devices like Apple TV and Google Chromecast. The update is currently available for iOS devices and soon will be released for Android users. Facebook users can …

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Italian Broadcaster Rai launches Free OTT Service

Italian Broadcaster Rai launches its new free OTT live streaming platform named RaiPlay via mobile as well as a website. The service includes 14 live streaming Rai channels, a TV guide and catch-up TV including TV series, movies, documentaries and concerts. The app works online as well as offline and provides ‘watch later’ and resume playing the ‘last seen’ …

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beIN expands Video Streaming to Spain

The OTT offering from beIN launched in July this year, is now all set to expand to Spain’s sports streaming market. The video streaming platform called beIN Connect, features linear TV channels from its TV counterpart and is up to add four new channels including La Liga football, international tournaments, and the Champions League. The beIN …

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Time Inc. launches Video Streaming -PEN

Today, People and Entertainment Weekly, two media houses owned by Time Inc. have launched an ad-supported video streaming platform service called the People/Entertainment Weekly Network (PEN). The free service will be available on People’s website, Mobile Apps, Smart TVs including Apple TV, Amazon Fire, Roku, Chromecast, and more. The service is available to consume Live and on-demand …

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YouTube Kids to Reach Latin America

Google is all set to take YouTube Kid’s video on demand service to more Spanish-speaking children in Latin America. The service was first tested in Argentina and Mexico, then was launched in Spain, recently in Colombia, and is soon set to land in Chile and Peru. YouTube kids VOD service is available for Mobile screens …

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Let’s PLAYBALL – says live streaming

Previously when there was Manchester United vs Arsenal in the league finals, one used to mark the date on the calendar, grab a few beers and makes sure that he/she is on the coach in front of the TV by 8pm. Remember the times when you had to miss the start of the game because …

Nielsen to include OTT device data

Considering the popularity of OTT services, Nielsen has decided to include individual data metrics for OTT devices like Chromecast, Roku, Nintendo Wii and others. This new data analysis will show how and which shows are being accessed over each device platform. “The ability to know how many consumers use which brands of TV-connected devices, for …

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