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Spotify loses the number one spot to Apple Music in US Subscribers counts

According to reports, Apple Music has overtaken Spotify to become the most popular online music streaming service in the US. Apple Music takes the top place among the on-demand music streaming services in the US. Apple and Spotify are neck and neck with over 20 million subscribers each; with Apple Music reportedly in the lead, …

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Binge-watching on rise in Malaysia

According to reports, 86 percent of Malaysian subscribers love streaming their favorite shows in public. Malaysians are among the top Netflix mobile downloaders around the world. Malaysia is currently placed among the top five countries globally to watch online streaming shows in public. The report also states that 86 percent of Filipinos and Thais like …

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Apple online audio streaming platform reaches 50 million subscription

Technology giant, Apple music streaming service, Apple Music has hit the 50 million subscribers mark, a big leap from the 40 million, as reported in April. According to reports, Apple is committed to develop original on-demand video content with an aim to diversify into the domain of Netflix and Amazon Prime. Tim Cook, CEO, Apple …

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Growth of USD 7.50 billion for Video Streaming Software Market by 2022

Video-as-a-Service (VaaS) in enterprise is getting increasing traction because of the lower cost of ownership, significant growth of online videos and the growing need for on-demand streaming which are the driving forces for the video streaming market. Video streaming software market size is expected to increase from US $3.25 billion in 2017 to US $7.5 …

4K is on-demand at NAB 2016

With IPTV platforms growing everyday, 4K is the buzz word at NAB 2016.  According to a survey carried out by Frank N. Magid Associates, around 70% of connected TV owners feel interested in the new ATSC 3.0 standards and 60% of them are looking at 4K for their next TV. Also more than 50% of them want …

Rather Than Original Programming It’s On-Demand Driving Subscriptions

January 2015 research from Cowen and Company revealed that 82% of US Netflix subscribers subscribe to the service because of the ease of viewing its on-demand streaming content.

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