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Kocowa launched in US

Kocowa which is like Hulu for Korean video streaming, has been started in the United States. KBS, MBC and SBC, the three largest Korean broadcasters have created the joint venture KCP Global to showcase Korean programmes including dramas, K-POP shows and variety shows to the Korean audience in the US which is estimated to be …

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SVOD to rise by 85% in China

According to a new research, China will account for 85% of Subscription Video on Demand (SVOD) customers and 78% of online video sector revenues in the Asia Pacific region by 2022. According to some research studies from Media Partners Asia (MPA), the factors that drive the growth of SVOD in China include large-scale investment in …

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UHD 4K content goes IPTV & on OTT in Korea

Insight TV’s 4K UHD channel will soon be available on B tv UHD which is SK broadband’s IPTV platform and on Oksusu which is its OTT service. This is part of the collaboration between Insight TV and its distribution contract with SK broadband via its partnership with Thema TV. Read More

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Wi-fi networks preferred by Koreans for video streaming

Wi-Fi networks rather than LTE networks are used by South Koreans for streaming video content on their smartphones, according to Yonhap news agency, citing a survey from Nielsen Korea. The report suggests that Wi-Fi network contributed to 90.7% of the time spent on video streaming services by Android smartphones users in March. LTE networks were …

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Netflix and YouTube dominate Asia in Video Streaming

A recent study by ValuePenguin lists the top video streaming apps in Asia. This research is based on Apple App Store’s data that shows the number of downloads and revenue rankings of the most popular streaming apps in 13 Asian regions including India, Indonesia, Singapore, Malaysia, Vietnam, Thailand, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Philippines, Australia, China, Korea …

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International OTT platforms are gaining in Vietnam

According to Hoang Thinh TV Service Center in Vietnam, OTT TV everywhere services from various different countries such as Japan, South Korea, China, India, Russia, and Thailand are highly in demand and are performing really good. The company offers bundles of various foreign OTT platforms to the Vietnamese audience and stated that they had collected …

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JungoTV launches Omai TV throughout North America, Europe and Vietnam

JungoTV has announced the launch of a new video streaming platform Omai TV, which hosts some 5,000 hours of Vietnamese, Chinese and Korean programming available across North America, Europe and Vietnam regions. The new OTT platform comes in content partnerships with KBS, MBC and JTBC from Korea; ETTV from Taiwan; KVLA, VietTV 24, Viet Pho, Nguoi-Viet News …

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“It’s Me” The Live Streaming App Launches in Korea

Specifically designed for sharing videos, the live video streaming platform “It’s Me” launches in Korea for iOS and Android platforms on 16th Aug ’16. The app is more of a social media platform allowing people to share interesting live video stories from anywhere, anytime, allowing anyone and everyone to become the broadcaster of their own videos. The …

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Is Manbang North Korea’s Netflix?

The Korea Central Television (KCTV) declared the launch of a new video on demand service named ‘Manbang’ via quasi-internet protocol television (IPTV), on Tuesday. Looks like North Korea is on its way to sensationalize the video-on-demand buzz; however, it is yet to see how far the new launch goes, as there still is a very limited internet available …

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