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Asia to be World’s largest SVOD Market by 2019

Subscription video on demand services are set to raise from 44 million in 2016 to 74 million in 2021, with an estimate to make Asia Pacific the largest SVOD market by 2019. With over 200 countries, homes receiving SVOD services will be 428 million by 2012, from that of 177 million in 2015 and 248 million forecasted by …

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Amazon Prime Video Launches in Canada

Amazon prime has decided to get worldwide and even exceed the number of countries that Netflix is present in and to further this plan the OTT video streaming platform launches in Canada. Other video streaming services such as Netflix and Bell’s CraveTV will face tough competition from this launch in Canada. The service will offer the …

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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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North American SVoD subs exceed TV homes

According to the North America SVOD Forecasts report from Digital TV Research, North America SVoD subscribers will be 112 million for movie and TV services only, excluding sports by the end of 2016, up by 19 million in 2015. The total SVOD is forecasted to climb to 138 million by 2021. The report only expects 117 million …

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Mobile video to grow 50% year-on-year

According to a latest forecast by the Ericsson Mobility Report, there will be 550 million 5G subscriptions in 2022. North America will lead the uptake in 5G subscriptions with about a quarter of all mobile subscriptions are expected to be for 5G in 2022. Asia Pacific is expected to be the second fastest growing region for 5G …

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OTT service Icflix launches on Xbox One

Middle East and North African over-the-top video streaming service Icflix is now available on Xbox One video game consoles. The service launches in the regions of Middle East and North America with a month’s free subscription. The service is then charged at US$7.99 a month for subscriptions of accessing unlimited content. The service will offer …

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James Bond spies Canadian SVOD CraveTV

Canadian SVOD service CraveTV, which is owned by telco Bell, has has inked a programming deal with MGM and acquired the rights to James Bond library of films, giving its upcoming movies a feature of the famous British spy. The 007 collection, which CraveTv has acquired covers 50 years of Bond and includes films having all six actors …

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US Viewers Set Pace for Global SVOD

According to a recent research, US viewers are far ahead of other markets when it comes to consuming subscription video streaming services. More than half of US internet users subscribe to one or more of video streaming platform such as Netflix, Hulu and Amazon Prime Video. According to a recent survey, among 16,072 surveyed internet users aging …

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FiOS expands to VOD with TV5MONDE Cinema On Demand

The Verizon FiOS IPTV service expands its VOD service with America’s 24/7 French entertainment channel, TV5MONDE USA. The service will initially be available in 13 Verizon systems across USA, offering recent theatrical releases and French classics. The service will feature an array of themes in French classics each month. For August, it will be an adventure and comedy theme and …

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Broadcasters to gain advantage with SVOD popularity

According to a recent study showcased by Gary Arlen on a TV technology Blog, the market is primed to watch the TV differently than the traditional means. Nearly two-third of Americans are currently using OTT and video on demand services such as Netflix and Amazon prime. Some of the reasons for people cancelling their SVOD …

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