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Comcast plans to roll out new video streaming platform for broadband-only customers

Global telecommunications conglomerate, Comcast is planning to launch its own video streaming platform for broadband-only customers. The video streaming app will allow users to aggregate certain streaming platforms, such as Amazon Video and Netflix. Comcast, the owner of NBCUniversal, is planning to launch the new platform next year. The newly developed product is supposed to …

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Global OTT viewers prefer one access point for video streaming

If reports are to believed, global viewers, prefer one single access point instead of juggling among online video streaming platforms such as Netflix, Amazon Prime, Hulu, etc. The study also claims that 39% would prefer to have pay TV or free over-the-air viewing only, 24% would prefer pay TV and one SVOD service of choice, …

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Netflix signs content deal with NBC

Netflix and NBC Olympics have joined hands for a preview of the upcoming Winter Olympics 2018. The aim of the show is to hype up the audience prior to its February 9th commencement. The association will introduce athletes to the audience and the storyline will be covered during the 2,400 hours of coverage planned for …

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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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Amazon, Facebook, Twitter, YouTube in bidding war for streaming rights of Thursday night NFL

After Twitter won the fight of streaming Thursday night NFL games last year, Amazon, Facebook and YouTube are all in the race of bidding for these rights this year. Last season twitter paid $10 million to secure the rights, was able to sell the ad inventory made available during the streams. CBS Corp. and NBCUniversal are paying a …

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