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Video streaming service DEOD launched in South Africa

DEOD (Digital Entertainment on Demand) has been introduced in South Africa bringing more competition to Netflix and Showmax in the African region. Discover Digital divulged the video-on-demand (VOD) entertainment player last month. It’s offering includes a mix of new-release movies available to rent as well as on-demand older titles, documentaries, children’s programmes, series and a …

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Kuki offers internet TV with extra functions

Kuki which is a Czech Company is launching internet TV with features like two-day archive, a replay function and ad-free viewing by skipping advertising blocks according to Mobilenet.cz. Additionally, the viewer need not purchase an extra set-top box since Kuki works as an application for Android TV, smartphones and with Nvidia Shield. Viewers who buy …

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Muvi Playout – Putting “TV” in “OTT”

Muvi Playout allows you to launch your own OTT TV Channel with 24×7 Scheduled Linear TV Channel type content and distribute it on Web, Mobile and TV Apps Instantly!

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5 Reasons To Adopt IPTV Today Over Traditional TV

As viewers gain access to newest forms of entertainment in the form of handheld devices, the traditional TV is drawing its ace in the form of Internet TV, or as the techies call it, IPTV. With IPTV you usually mean distribution of television or video content over a controlled IP network, where the end consumer …

Internet TV to replace linear in 20 years, says Netflix

Over the next 20 years internet TV and video on demand platform are going to replace linear TV as the way that people consume video, according to Netflix president and CEO Reed Hastings.  Speaking on the firm’s first quarter earnings call yesterday, Hastings said that after linear TV’s  “amazing 50 year run” the industry is …

Netflix Doesn’t Want to Kill HBO. It Wants to Kill TV.

We’ve heard a lot about the battle between HBO and video on demand service Netflix in recent months, prompted by HBO’s move to offer its own Netflix-like Web service. But Netflix’s bumper Q1 earnings yesterday gave CEO Reed Hastings a good chance to remind people what he’s really gunning for: It’s not HBO, it’s TV. …

MGM: A lion in the TV jungle

Having turned 90 this year, MGM studio has secured new cash that it will invest in content, and as the zeitgeist moves from big to small screen, will look to build its roster of TV shows. The film-to-TV offerings have helped open doors and build relationships in the TV content community since MGM emerged from bankruptcy three years …

Virgin territory for Shomi

Canadian on-demand service Shomi has acquired exclusive local SVOD rights to The CW’s Hispanic US-themed comedy Jane the Virginand CBS drama Madam Secretary. Furthermore, Californication will be available in its entirety as a SVOD product for the first time, and classic shows such as Star Trek: The Next Generation, Star Trek: The Original Series and Twilight …

CBS scores FIC Sweden deal

Fox International Channels Sweden has scored a multi-year programming agreement with the distribution arm of US broadcaster CBS. The deal with CBS Studios International will see CBS show including Madam Secretary and Scorpion (pictured) launch exclusively on new Swedish pay TV channel Fox. Other series included are rerun rights to The Good Wife and Numbers. This includes …

Ukraine’s Digital Screens relaunches OTT

Ukrainian media company Digital Screens, part of Media Group Ukraine, has re-launched its OLL.TV video streaming service. The digital TV service has over 140 local and international channels and access to a video-on-demand catalogue. Its parent, MGU, is of one of the country’s main terrestrial channels. OLL.TV launched as a subscription video-on-demand service offering online movies and …

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