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Wired Magazine unveils new online streaming TV channel

Wired Magazine is prepping up to introduce its first online streaming TV channel. Condé​ Nast’s Wired magazine will roll out more programming made specifically for the streaming channel. With the launch of an online TV channel, Wired Magazine aims to reach people spending more time on watching content from streaming video services such as Hulu, …

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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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iflix wins Best OTT Video Service at Telecom Asia Awards

iflix, Malaysia based OTT platform bagged the Best OTT Video Service at the 21st Annual Telecom Asia Awards. Asia’s longest running and most prestigious telecom industry awards was themed “Getting real with digital”. The award show honor service providers and operators in Asia who propose new and innovative business models. iflix is available to over …

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Can Artificial Intelligence End Your Video Buffering Problems?

Access to high-speed data and smartphone is disrupting many industries. Interestingly, high-speed data is the single most dominant factor behind the rising content consumption pattern. Tapping into this massive content appetite, online streaming giants such as Netflix, Viu, Balaji Telefilms, Amazon Prime video have disrupted the broadcasting, entertainment & media industry and their long-time rulers …

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iwonder debuts standalone SVOD service in Australia

Singaporean streaming provider iwonder in partnership with the entertainment service provider, iflix is all set to launch its standalone SVOD service in Australia. The new platform will give viewers access to premium documentary and current affairs content, and will be available to more than 12 million users of iflix in 28 markets globally. Mark Britt, …

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Online video streaming is on the rise

According to reports, 61.1 percent of people stream online video, while 31.2 percent download it for offline viewing. Around 7.7 percent of people prefer to rent or download DVDs. Among the countries, video streaming is most popular in Germany (71.6 percent), followed by U.S (71.4 percent). The report also states that downloading is most popular …

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ProSieben and Discovery partner to build German TV streaming platform

ProSiebenSat.1 Media has collaborated with Discovery Inc to build a German TV streaming platform. Aimed to challenge streaming giants such as Amazon Prime, Netflix and YouTube, the partnership will give viewers access to ProSieben’s Maxdome video-on-demand offering and Discovery’s Eurosport Player. Max Conze, CEO, ProSieben’s quoted, “ It is our clear vision to build the …

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Pandora and AT&T sign partnership deal for mobile music streaming service

Telecom giant, AT&T has partnered with Pandora to provide a music streaming service as part of the wireless carrier’s premium mobile subscription. Under the deal, AT&T’s 142 million mobile subscribers will get access to Pandora Premium. With competition from Spotify and Apple Music looming large, the partnership with AT&T opens up opportunity for Pandora as …

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Turner EMEA introduces OTT Service in Nordics

Premium streaming service HBO Nordic is all set to launch a new kids’ and family service Toonix in partnership with Turner EMEA. The new OTT service will be available to viewers on the HBO Nordic website and through selected distribution partners in the Nordic region. Giorgio Stock, President, Turner EMEA, was quoted, “At Turner we …

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Music streaming services gain popularity in Germany

According to reports, nearly 7 out of 10 internet users in Germany (69 percent) claim to use music streaming services. Around 15.40 percent of respondents said to have used music streaming services such as Spotify and Napster, while one-third of users (34 percent) said to have subscribed to pay-for-premium streaming services. The report also states …

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