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The First Spanish Language Weather Streaming Service to be launched soon

The Entertainment Studios by Byron Allen has announced the launch of the first weather streaming service in the Spanish language – The Weather Channel en Español. This online streaming channel will be launched within the first quarter of 2020. This new streaming service will use the entire resources of its mother channel – The Weather …

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Texas Tech Athletics enters into the Video Streaming Arena

Texas Tech Athletics has launched its own streaming channel on Roku device and Apple TV with the help of its digital media partner, SIDEARM. Red Raider will have an on-demand exposure to the contents of Texas Tech Athletics. Users can now stream the live broadcasts of Texas Tech either through OTT devices or through the …

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IMDb soon to launch Free Video Streaming Service Freedive

Amazon-owned IMDb is soon coming up with their free video streaming service Freedive. Users will be able to stream contents of this platform on either IMDb website or Amazon Fire TV devices. Freedive will have an ad-based model. Thus experts are expecting Freedive to compete powerfully against its competitors, such as the upcoming VoD channels …

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Nascar plans to go OTT

The US stock-car racing series, Nascar is mulling to launch its own over-the-top service. Launching its own streaming service will give Nascar an opportunity to tap into a wider audience base. Leading media rights holder NBC Sports and Fox Sports hold the right to air three of Nascar’s national series for an extended period of …

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OTT services hold steady in US

According to research, the rate of cancellations for OTT platforms among the U.S. broadband households has been steady at 18% over the past three years. The average subscription length for OTT platforms is 30 months overall. SVOD giants such as Netflix, Amazon Prime Video, and Hulu have been among the most stable platforms with other …

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VOD service Voot expands its global footprint

With international online streaming players such as Amazon Prime Video and Netflix vying for majority in Indian digital video ecosystem, homegrown VOD service Voot is planning to enter UK streaming market. Video on demand platform Voot aims to stream 18 original shows across different genres in the upcoming few months. Sudhanshu Vats, Managing Director, Viacom …

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Tubi TV introduces video-on-demand (VoD) platform

Tubi TV, the free online streaming service has come up with a curated (video-on-demand) VoD platform that will offer programming and content from major networks, studios, streaming services, and media companies. The new online video platform will be available on smartphones and other media devices through the app. Tubi channel will offer more than 500 …

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Audius use blockchain to bridge gap between music artists and listeners

San Francisco based digital music and audio creation company, Audius is all set to use blockchain technology to reclaim value for music artists and listeners. Music creators will have real-time visibility and transparency into their streaming content. Using audio streaming service, music artists can directly compose, save, engage and promote their music to their supporters. …

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ITV hints at launching video streaming platform

British commercial TV network, ITV is moving closer to launch its online video streaming platform to widen its consumer base. ITV is aiming to counter SVOD giants such as Netflix, and Amazon Prime, who are currently ruling the video streaming industry. ITV’s awaited video streaming platform will provide British-made content to its users. Carolyn McCall, …

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Spotify India launch: Company is now at loggerheads with music label companies

Warner, Sony, and Universal, the big three American music labels have interrupted the Swedish music streaming giant Spotify’s India launch. The above three music labels account for the vast majority of music in the US and across the Western world. According to them as music licenses are sold by territory, Spotify can’t launch in India …

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