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Saudi audiovisual media commission sign deal to bolster Saudi OTT production

Saudi Arabia’s General Authority for Audiovisual Media (GCAM) and Malaysian OTT service iflix have inked a MOU that will see the latter providing support to Saudi talents by helping the company find local producers, directors, actors, and writers in the field of audiovisual media. The deal is in line with Saudi Arabia’s vision 2030 mission …

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SVOD platform iflix partners with Wattpad to boost Indonesian content

Subscription video-on-demand or SVOD platform iflix has signed a strategic deal with global entertainment platform, Wattpad for an extensive content production. Under this agreement, iflix will co-produce original films related to some of the six million Indonesian story uploads on Wattpad. With more than 9 million users streaming an average of 40 million minutes per …

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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 …

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Netflix and Prime Video driven pay streaming expected to reach 450 million by 2022

According to Home Video and OTT Video Forecast, Global Report, online video platform giants such as Netflix, Amazon Prime Video. Hulu, Hotstar, iflix etc. are driving the paid-for streaming market to 450 million by 2022. The number of homes paying for subscriptions to streaming video services has surpassed 250 million marks and by 2018 end, …

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Number of households streaming video globally exceeds 250 million

According to reports, the number of households worldwide paying for streaming video now exceeds 250 million. The report also suggests that the number will reach about 300 million by the end of 2018 and more than 450 million by 2022, all thanks to the growing popularity of online video platforms such as Netflix, Amazon Prime, …

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Kwese buys “significant stake” in iflix

Pay-TV provider Kwese acquires a “significant stake” in iflix Africa. Kwese, the Econet Media-owned company which was already in an existing relationship with iflix was a partner in launching Iflix’s SVOD service in sub-Saharan Africa. iflix is currently operating in Nigeria, Kenya, Ghana and South Africa, and claims an “extensive collection” local African and international …

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iflix makes Football Malaysia free

iflix, the Malaysian service provider has successfully cracked a deal with Football Malaysia LLP (FMLLP) and gets the right to live stream Liga Super, Piala Malaysia, and marquee Piala FA matches exclusively for football fans in Malaysia. iflix and FMLLP will also collaborate for new content especially for football fans, including a series of entertainment …

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VOD and Fibre-optic Internet subscription boost parallelly in Kenya

Following the aggressive investment in expanding internet connection to Kenyan households, fiber-optic internet subscriptions almost tripled in 2017. The growing residential fiber connections have been associated with the advent of over-the-top content providers in Kenya. VOD services have been growing in Kenya and currently, Showmax, iFlix, iROKOtv, and Amazon Prime Video have a prominent presence …

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iflix strikes content deal with NBCUniversal

Popular Subscription Video-on-Demand (SVoD) provider iflix and NBCUniversal have come up with a content licensing agreement by which iflix subscribers will have access to additional content. iflix which is already boasting over 6.5 million subscribers, now, will have popular NBC series included in their offering. iflix which is currently available in 25 countries including Kenya, …

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iflix launched in Nigeria

Iflix which is a new online subscription service that lets subscribers access a ton of movies and TV shows worldwide at an affordable monthly subscription cost is launching in Nigeria. Subscribers can stream on upto 5 devices at a time on the platform. The aim is to position iflix as the leader in the video …

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