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OTT spend set to propel video and global TV spendings to $559BN by 2022

According to reports, the global consumer and advertising spend on TV and video is predicted to rise to $559 billion in 2022, up from $490 billion in 2017. The revenue generated from over-the-top services such as YouTube, Facebook, iflix, iTunes, Netflix, Google Play, Amazon Prime Video, DirecTV Now, Hulu, NOW TV, and other online video …

Music streaming app Boomplay registers 10 million Google Play downloads

According to reports, Africa based music streaming app Boomplay has seen 10 million downloads on Google Play. The Android platform allows users to access artists’ songs, videos, and lyrics etc. The audio streaming app has won the Best African App guild in Cape Town last year. On the grand occasion, while inviting worldwide music artists …

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 …

VNPT comes up with OTT application

VNPT Corporation has launched its Over-The-Top (OTT) application Karo for businesses and individuals. The OTT platform is to primarily focus on enterprises and organizations, bringing customers a safe effective social business network and ensuring privacy for individuals and data for enterprises and cost savings. VNPT is optimistic that Karo will be welcomed by the business …

Netflix becomes the top earning non-game mobile app

According to a report, Netflix registered a gross subscriber revenue of nearly $510 million in 2017, representing a 138% increase in total user spending in the app since 2016. The number which is about 2.4 times the previous year’s, has made Netflix, the highest grossing non-game app on Apple’s store. However, on Google Play it …

Subscribers from mobile drives growth for Netflix

Netflix added 5.2 million subscribers in the second quarter of 2017 reaching 100 million subscribers and some of that gain can be attributed to mobile. In the second quarter of 2017, 5.2 million subscribers were added reaching a total of 100 million subscribers for the first time. As per app measurement company App Annie it’s …

Online VOD services watched by approximately 30% Germans

According to a survey by digital association Bitkom, 3 out of 10 Germans that are 14 or older (29%) watch films and series on platforms like Amazon Prime Video, Apple iTunes, Google Play, Netflix, Maxdome or Sky Online. That’s a rise of 25% from a year ago. Short form videos on social media platforms like …

In a first-of-its kind, audio streams to be included in Australia’s album charts

On Thursday, May 4, an announcement was made by trade body ARIA that on-demand audio streams for the first time will be taken into account in Australia’s official weekly album charts.This Saturday (May 13), the first ARIA Albums Chart to integrate streams will be revealed using data provided by Spotify, Apple Music, Deezer, Google Play …

VOD services from YouTube, Netflix are Hit in Brazil

According to a recent report from August 2016, over 80% of internet users in Brazil use YouTube to watch their favorite video on demand content online. Whereas, Netflix was used by 71% respondents in the same duration. Also, one in two of these surveyed said that they watched movies by Globo on TV, a Brazilian media conglomerate, …

Google Brings its Play Movies Video Service to 39 New Countries

Google just rolled out its Play Movies service, which offers Hollywood Blockbusters for rent or sale, in a whole bunch of additional countries — 39, to be precise, including a number of countries in Central and South America, Europe and Africa. This means that Google Play Movies is now available in about 60 countries around …

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