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70 Million US households now have a streaming device on connected-TV

According to Nielsen Total Audience Report, in the past year, as many as 8.8 million U.S new households have added connected TV devices and the total count has reached 69.5 million, which accounts for 58.7% of all US homes. The report focussed on the growth of connected-TV devices such as Apple TV, Roku, Google Chromecast, …

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Study reveals home viewing device stats in France

According to CSA’s Observatoire de l’équipement audiovisuel des foyers study, French households now have an average of 5.5 screens and TV has the maximum penetration at 94%. 56.3 % of French homes receive TV signals via a terrestrially, down by 2.6% in the past six months. During the same period,  homes with internet-connected TVs increased …

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Manage device authentication and login.

Being able to manage user device authentication is one means of enhancing your platform’s security standards. As a platform provider, it’s good to be in control of who accesses your platform, and via how many devices. Muvi is therefore happy to introduce the “device management” feature. This feature allows you to specify key parameters relating …

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Connected devices are powering OTT Subscriptions: Report

A recent study has found out that OTT VOD services are far ahead of traditional TV and broadcasters when it comes to using connected devices. The report states that more than 25% OTT video service subscriptions were purchased through connected device apps including connected TVs, streaming media players and game consoles. Hulu itself has 37% of …

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The Future is Streaming; the future is Smart Connected Devices

Did you know, 35% viewers preferred streaming the Super Bowl 50 on connected devices last month? With video on demand (VOD) services taking the front seat, connected and mobile devices are set to rule the entertainment industry. Connected TVs in particular, are seeing an ever increasing trend in the very recent years. The biggest growth …

Comcast Customers Can Finally Watch HBO Go on Their Rokus

Subscribers to Comcast Xfinity cable TV service can now watch their favorite HBO shows via HBO Go on Roku streaming devices. Comcast was pleased to announce that it has been added to the list of participating television providers that support HBO GO and SHOWTIME ANYTIME on a Roku device. Launch your own Video Streaming Site at ZERO CapEx Cost …

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