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Cloudflare makes live video streaming a bit more live

Cloudflare, the world’s largest cloud network platforms, introduces concurrent streaming acceleration for faster live video streaming. This new technique mainly reduces the latency period of live streaming and delivers videos faster without any real-time lags. Actually, the update was in the testing phase for a couple of months and has a been a great success …

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DreamHack Signs a LiveStreaming Partnership Deal with Caffeine

DreamHack, the Swedish eSports production company, partners with Caffeine for livestreaming of its gaming events including Global Offensive, Counter-Strike, and Dota 2 tournaments for the rest of 2019. As per the reports, Caffeine is supposed to livestream a total of 10 DreamHack tournaments that will mainly include events from Rio, Spain, Sevilla, Sweden, Jonkoping, Texas, …

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5 Reasons to Meet Muvi at NAB Vegas 2019

Set to exhibit for the third time in a row at NAB Vegas, Muvi to bring its highly customizable OTT Platform on the floor that is devoid of any coding. With less than one month to go for the 2019 NAB Show in Las Vegas, the excitement here at Muvi is brewing. For the last …

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Nabd steps into Live Streaming Industry

Nabd, a personalized Arabic content reader app, launches its own live streaming service. With this, Nabd users across the globe can now watch live TV channels of different categories including news, business, economy, sports, entertainment, and miscellaneous content. Considering the rising demands for live streaming content, Nabd launched its streaming service in beta mode, subjected …

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Strive Partners with Muvi to Strengthen Video Delivery Portfolio

Strive, a leading technology provider for OTT broadcasters & live streaming companies, announces an official partnership with Muvi. The deal focuses on optimizing video delivery networks using Flink OTT. As there is a strong adoption of Peer-To-Peer video delivery and WebRTC in the enterprise video market, the collaboration enables unlimited OTT broadcasting capacity across the …

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YY Completes the $1.45 Billion Bigo Acquisition Deal

YY, the Nasdaq-listed Chinese live streaming giant, acquires Bigo Inc for $1.45 billion. YY which owned 31.7% shares in Bigo, as per reports captured the remaining shares to mark the complete acquisition of the latter. Bigo Inc, the Singapore-based startup owning “Bigo Live” and “Like”, has a demanding presence in the Asian countries and is …

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Viacom Signs Distribution Deal with FuboTV Live Streaming Service

Viacom Media expands its digital footprints by signing a distribution deal with FuboTV. With this strategic partnership, conglomerate’s networks – including BET, Nickelodeon, MTV, and Comedy Central, will be added to the FuboTV’s live streaming service. As traditional cable and TV satellite distributors are losing their subscribers, Viacom is all set to overcome its limitations …

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Twitch inks Streaming Deal with Fnatic

The global game streaming giant, Twitch, has signed an exclusive deal with the UK-based esports organization Fnatic. This partnership will offer users with game streaming from Fnatic’s professional players along with live streaming of various talk shows. Though no financial term has been revealed by the companies, they have expressed the deal as a long-term …

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Viacom launches new VoD App MTV Play in the UK

Viacom has launched an all-new video streaming app, MTV Play, in the UK. This app will let users stream both on-demand and live contents of MTV. After a free-trial session for one month, users will have to pay a subscription fee of $5.22 per month. This application will be available to both Android and iOS …

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OTT Industry Trends to Look Out in 2019

2018 packed itself up with some fascinating moves. Steered by original content, the OTT industry witnessed some cool rivalry among video streaming platforms, not-so-cool business acquisitions by bigger players, promising growth in subscription numbers and the emergence of regional players challenging the industry elites.   But 2018 has not taken away all the charm with …

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