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IPTV Fuels up Substantial Growth in Asia Pacific Pay-TV Sector

Even if Pay-TV struggled elsewhere, but in Asia Pacific, the sector is vibrant. As per the recent Asia Pacific Pay TV forecast, the market is expected to rise with both subscribers (up by 68 million) and revenues (up by 2.35 billion ), over the next five years. Commenting on the forecast report, Simon Murray, Principal …

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Viacom procures Free VoD Service Pluto TV for $340 Million

The Los-Angeles based IPTV service Pluto TV has been acquired by Viacom for $340 million. This move is supported by Viacom’s desire to enter the OTT market. The ad-supported VoD service Pluto TV offers viewers with a variety of contents free of cost. It has around 12 million monthly users streaming content over a range …

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OSN and Huawei struck a new IPTV strategic partnership deal

Media company OSN has struck a strategic partnership with Huawei for delivering turnkey IPTV solution to telecom operators. With this partnership, viewers will get access to OSN’s premium channels as well as video on demand service OSN Play’s 30,000 hours of content anywhere and on device. The partnership brings together Huawei’s Video Cloud Solution and …

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Dutch pay-TV provider Joyne prepping for an IPTV

Dutch pay-TV provider Joyne is all set to announce an IPTV subscription which will be independent of satellite connection and will run on the internet. Reports suggest the new SVOD service will be available on Android Media Player. Joyne which has been active in the Netherlands since August 2017 declined to divulge further details about …

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Digital pay-TV subscriber base reaches 1 billion

According to reports, China’s IPTV market has propelled digital pay-TV subscriber base in the Asia-Pacific region. The growth is certainly substantial although (video-on-demand) VOD platforms such as Netflix, Hulu, and Amazon Prime Video had three times the number of subscriptions than pay-TV services. The report also revealed that western Europe added eight OTT subscriptions for …

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German IPTV platform waipu.tv launches VOD service

Munich-based IPTV platform waipu.tv has introduced a new (Video-on-Demand) VoD platform that would begin with offering movies, kids’ programme, and cultural events. The library would initially cover more than 20 movies from the areas of Christmas, thriller, drama, and comedy which have been sourced from Watch Movies – a popular YouTube channel in Germany. Kids’ …

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World’s first IPTV set-top box with Dolby Vision HDR support released

Huawei and Dolby Laboratories announced the world’s first set-top box for Internet Protocol television (IPTV) with support for Dolby Vision high-dynamic-range (HDR) technology. The Huawei Q22 set-top box will transform the TV experience by delivering greater brightness and contrast. Giles Baker, Senior Vice President, Consumer Entertainment Group, Dolby Laboratories, said “It is exciting to see …

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Global pay-TV subscriber base hits 1.05BN at the end of Q2 2017

60 million customers were added to the total number of pay-TV customers in the first half of the year according to research from Dataxis. IPTV and Linear Over the Top represent the major growth in the market of 1.05 billion with a per quarter growth of 24% and 44% respectively. Only 1% of the total …

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Vodafone Spain offers 1Gbps FTTH to support 4K IPTV offering

Vodafone is Spain’s first telco to offer 1Gbps fibre connection so as to enable viewing in Ultra HD IPTV and (Over the Top) OTT services. It will be available across 4 million households soon. Initially, Vodafone’s all inclusive package offering broadband, IPTV and OTT services like Netflix and HBO will include the 1Gbps option via …

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Ultra-broadband on the rise in LATAM

ULtra-broadband subscribers including fiber, high-speed cable and VDSL will occupy a major chunk in the total connections in Latin America in the coming years. 25.6 million next gen broadband connections are expected by the end of the year representing 36% of the total access. This is according to Dataxis’s recent research. This share is expected …

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