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Motorsport.tv partners with fuboTV for content distribution

Motorsport.tv has formed an agreement with fuboTV, one of North America’s veteran sports OTT Platform provider. Motorsports.tv will be adding its premier North American racing packages to fuboTV’s “Adventure Plus” package to cater to an approx 150,000 sports fans. fuboTV which was launched in 2015 has over 75 OTT channels that include live sports such …

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Netflix joins elite club as its market value reaches 12 digits

With a humongous subscriber base and an impressive first quarter, Netflix is currently shining bright as its shares surged by 10%,  setting a new record. As a result, the streaming giant’s market value stands at a whopping USD 110 billion. According to another report, Netflix is now one of the 59 companies in the S&P …

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Hotstar ties up with Awesomeness for additional content

Star TV’s digital streaming platform Hotstar has collaborated with American entertainment company Awesomeness to provide additional content to its subscribers. Hotstar is targeting the Gen Z audience through this content deal. Awesomeness which is the subsidiary of DreamWorks Animation offers content through AwesomenessTV, Awesomeness Films, DreamWorksTV, Awestruck and boasts Comcast, NBCUniversal, and Hearst as its …

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iflix strikes content deal with NBCUniversal

Popular Subscription Video-on-Demand (SVoD) provider iflix and NBCUniversal have come up with a content licensing agreement by which iflix subscribers will have access to additional content. iflix which is already boasting over 6.5 million subscribers, now, will have popular NBC series included in their offering. iflix which is currently available in 25 countries including Kenya, …

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Video-on-demand survey finds 65% of viewers would block ads

In a survey of global users of video-on-demand platforms by Nielsen, 62% of respondents found ads on those services annoying or distracting and a further 65% said they would like to block them. Neither Netflix nor Amazon have ads on their paid-for on-demand services, but others such as Channel 4 and ITV in the UK …

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