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Rakuten Launches Live Video Streaming Service – Rakuten Live

Rakuten, the Japanese internet operator, launches a new live streaming service named – Rakuten Live for celebrities and artists to live stream videos and communicate with fans or subscribers in real-time. On Rakuten Live, viewers can interact with the streamers actively through comments, likes, and by sending virtual gifts. Not only that, but the live …

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YouTube Star PewDiePie Partners with Blockchain-based Live Streaming Platform

PewDiePie, world’s largest independent content creator with more than 100 million YouTube subscribers, partners with DLive – the blockchain-based live streaming platform, for exclusive livestreaming of weekly shows. As per the reports, the livestreaming of PewDiePie’s weekly shows will start from April 14 and will be exclusively available on DLive’s website as well as apps. …

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AWS Introduces Multi-language Subtitling Solution For Live Streaming

Amazon Web Services (AWS) releases automated multi-language subtitling solution for live streaming video content. With this subtitling extension, content distributors and broadcasters can easily add preferred subtitles to their live streams, without any fail. As the solution is developed using the latest technologies including Amazon CloudFront, Elemental Media Package, Elemental MediaLive, Amazon Lambda, and Amazon …

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Bonnier Case Study | Muvi’s Customizable Streaming Platform turns Bonnier Publications’ OTT Vision into Reality

Bonnier Corporation, one of the world’s leading magazine and book publishers was in search of a streaming platform that is different from the traditional ones. Bonnier is known for delivering best-in-class editorial content, products, and solutions for 30-plus magazine brands across all media platforms had a predetermined concept of its streaming platform. They sought help …

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SKT partners with three terrestrial broadcasters for a new OTT service in South Korea

SK Telecom (SKT) has joined hands with three terrestrial broadcasters to manage their OTT services and counter online streaming giant Netflix which is slowly firming its base in the country. The companies agreed to a deal that would see the launch of a new corporation that will merge SK Broadband’s Oksusu OTT platform with Content …

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MTV+ enters Germany & Austrian OTT market through Prime Video

Viacom International Media Networks (VIMN) recently launched MTV+ on OTT giant Prime Video channels in Germany & Austria wherein the video streaming platform’s subscribers will have access to the channel for €2,99 per month on their existing Prime membership. A free 14-day trial option is also there for subscribers before they take the final call …

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ALTBalaji subscriber count clocks 8.9 million

Leading video-on-demand (VoD) service ALTBalaji establishes itself in the Indian OTT industry firmer than ever with 8.9 million subscribers under its belt. Out of these numbers, 2.3 million users are among the active monthly users. Balaji Telefilms, the parent company of ALTBalaji quoted, it had invested INR 4.5 billion in the over-the-top (OTT) platform as …

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WarnerMedia plans to unveil video streaming service

American multinational mass media and entertainment conglomerate, WarnerMedia plans to unveil its video streaming service on domestic circuit, followed by a potential international rollout. The video streaming app will feature content from outside providers. WarnerMedia is reportedly planning to open to licensing shows and movies from outside the company stable. John Stankey, CEO, WarnerMedia quoted, …

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Australia’s video streaming market bigger than ever

According to research reports, online video streaming is one of the most popular form of online entertainment. An average Australian spends around 12 minutes of every hour online streaming videos. The popularity of video streaming platforms such as Netflix, Stan is one of the reason behind the craze of online streaming. Netflix is estimated to …

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Elisa all set to bring “Nordic TV” SVOD to Chinese market

Elisa, the Finnish telecom operator has inked a deal with China Broadcasting and Television Media (CBM) to bring the Nordic TV video service for the Chinese audience. The agreement will open doors to 245 million cable TV households in China. Nordic TV is a hugely popular SVOD service featuring Nordic feature films. Series, documentaries, sports, …

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