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Young viewers prefer online TV viewing

According to the mid-year review from Eurodata TV Worldwide and Tape Consultancy, online TV viewing has shown growing success in TV media consumption in major European markets. The data revealed that television audience measurement is expanding and has recently been introduced in 4 countries namely France, the Netherlands, Sweden, and Denmark. Other countries that are …

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Hayu SVOD service expands to other geographies

NBCUniversal International’s SVOD service based on reality TV “Hayu” is going to be launched in Norway and shortly thereafter in Finland, Sweden and Denmark. Its reach will be expanded to 7 countries by end of 2017.

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Apple TV app including live sports features to be launched in more countries

Alongside the introduction of 4K and HDR ready Apple TV, the TV app will now be available in more countries outside the U.S. It was initially launched in U.S, however, it is now expanding to 7 more countries worldwide including Canada and Australia. France, Germany, Norway, Sweden, and U.K will receive the TV app by …

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Telenor: Netflix accounts for 22% of broadband traffic

Telenor which is a Norway-based telco has unveiled that Netflix accounts for 22% of all traffic on its broadband network. 70% of broadband network traffic overall was attributed to video. Also, the fact that Netflix recently took over YouTube and other services under the Google umbrella were factors that contributed to high traffic on its …

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Global broadband speeds go up by 15%, beneficial for video streaming providers

Global average broadband speeds have seen an unprecedented 15% rise in the past year which is great for OTT and IPTV providers. Broadband connections now have an average speed of 7.2Mbps. In 96 of the 149 countries/regions that Akamai tracks, a speed increase was noticed. South Korea with an average of 28.6Mbps held the top …

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Nordics leads European SVOD market

According to the recent data from Dataxis research, the Nordic region comprising Denmark, Norway, Sweden and Finland leads the SVOD market in Europe. According to the report, Nordic region represented 20 percent of all SVOD subscriptions in Europe in Q4 2016 and in the same quarter number of SVOD subscriptions in Nordic region were equivalent to …

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ITV-backed SVOD service Curio to launch in Sweden and Norway

The ITV backed factual SVOD service Curio is all set to launch in Sweden and Norway. The new service will be on the Com Hem platform in Sweden – the largest in the country, and in Norway it will be on GET – the second largest nationally. Curio comes from the same team as Cirkus, which …

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What does Europe’s OTT Market look like in 2020?

When we look at figures and forecasts, the fact that, this is the perfect time for OTT and digital video revenues to soar becomes clear. The trends are on all-time high, with over 2,563 on-demand services having established in the entire European Union. Europe certainly is a growing OTT market. According to researches and studies, Western …

Nets accept Sony’s Marry Me proposals

Broadcasters such as MTG, RTE and OSN have bought American romantic comedy series Marry Me from Sony Pictures Television. MTG has taken rights for its free TV channels and SVOD service, Viaplay, in Denmark, Norway and Sweden, while Ireland’s RTE has picked up the NBC show for RTE2. Marry Me follows a couple that decide to finally …

Netflix’s Lilyhammer Heads to Sky Atlantic

Lilyhammer, the first original drama ordered by Netflix, has been acquired by the Sky Atlantic pay TV channel in Italy. Sky Atlantic has acquired all three seasons of the drama, which stars Steve Van Sandt as a mobster relocated to a previously peaceful Norwegian town of Lillehammer. Netflix has 31.7 million paid subscribers! What are you …

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