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75% of UK Video Viewing Comes from TV

According to a latest research by Thinkbox, total video viewing in UK is in mass increase year-on-year. The research also notes that TV accounted for 74.8% of video viewing in UK in 2016, which was a little less as compared to 76% in 2015. The total video viewing has increased from 4 hours and 35 minutes a day …

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British Streaming Service BritBox launches in U.S.

BBC Worldwide has announced the launch of its subscription based OTT service – BritBox into the U.S. The service offers a large collection of British television series for U.S. users, many for the first time, at a monthly subscription cost of $6.99. The service will have a combination of programs that were earlier available to UK …

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Amazon Fire TV Sticks with Alexa Voice Remote to be launched in UK and Germany

Amazon is all set to launch its new Fire TV Stick with Alexa Voice Remote in the UK and Germany starting April. Amazon stated that the new streaming device is up to 30% faster than the original Fire TV Stick, has redesigned interface and is the first UK and Germany version to ship with the …

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ITV-backed SVOD service Curio to launch in Sweden and Norway

The ITV backed factual SVOD service Curio is all set to launch in Sweden and Norway. The new service will be on the Com Hem platform in Sweden – the largest in the country, and in Norway it will be on GET – the second largest nationally. Curio comes from the same team as Cirkus, which …

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Twitter inks deal with Sky to live-stream “Deadline Day”

The social media giant Twitter has reportedly signed a big sports live streaming deal with European broadcaster Sky to live stream the final day for soccer clubs in the UK as it heats up the competition with Facebook and Snapchat. “Deadline Day” is very popular among UK soccer players. Twitter will live stream three hours of coverage …

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iPlayer ranked UK’s 3rd popular brand, Netflix 6th

According to a recent YouGov BrandIndex’s list of UK’s top 10 brands, the OTT service BBC iPlayer has been ranked third and the SVOD service Netflix took a new entry into the sixth position. YouTube made it to the ninth position and for the third year in a row, the discount supermarket chains Aldi and Lidl …

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