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Netflix ventures into UAE territory with du, and Virgin Mobile

US video streaming giant, Netflix has signed an agreement with Emirates Integrated Telecommunications Company (EITC) for providing content to UAE users. Under this agreement, Netflix’s subscription video-on-demand (SVOD) content will be available across the operators’ TV and mobile services, beginning this month. The deal will allow Virgin and du mobile users to pay for Netflix …

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Roku records platform revenue growth as OTT market rises

Online streaming giant Roku’s OTT platform revenue is currently booming with triple-digit growth in the last quarter. Reportedly, Roku had a 46% y/y increase in active accounts and 42% y/y growth in revenue per active account. Growth of online Video streaming services, continued cord-cutting trends and internet penetration are few factors that have contributed to …

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Video streaming services grow in Germany

According to reports, two out of five internet users in Germany (37%) stream series and films on paid VOD portals such as Amazon Prime Video, Netflix, Sky Ticket or maxdome. Around 77% of German internet users watch TV programmes, movies and other videos through video streaming services. Websites and catch-up services of TV channels are …

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Americans spend $2 billion on online streaming services

According to reports, the U.S. audience is spending an estimated $2 billion each month on subscription-video-on-demand (SVOD) services such as Netflix, Hulu, and Amazon Prime Video etc. 55% of households subscribe to at least one video-streaming service. The report also brings good news for online streaming service providers as it reads that 63% of U.S. …

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Hulu and YouTube TV combine 750,000 subscribers in 2017

According to a report, Hulu and YouTube TV have combined to sign up about 750,000 online video subscribers last year. While Hulu boasts a staggering 450,000 live TV subscribers since launching its pay-TV service last May, YouTube TV, launched initially in a handful of markets last April has managed to sign up just over 300,000. …

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BritBox, ITV, and All3Media form the biggest British content streaming service in US

BritBox, the (subscription video-on-demand) SVOD service from BBC Worldwide and ITV have signed a third-party deal with All3media International to boost British streaming TV in the US. BritBox explained the move as part of its plan to continue to make alliances designed to bolster an ever-growing content library with almost 300 hours of iconic titles. …

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Apple Music grows despite drop in streaming music payment rates

According to a report, with the increase in streaming consumption, the per-stream rate has been dropping each year and 2017 is no exception. The data is restricted to the calendar year 2017 and represents a mid-sized indie label with an approximately 200+ album catalog generating 200 million + streams annually. Spotify, which was paying .00521 …

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Netflix dominates UK SVOD market

While Netflix and Amazon have not officially come up with territorial subscriber data, according to a report from the Broadcasters’ Audience Research Board, Netflix has a strong dominance over Amazon in UK SVOD market. However, Amazon registers a better growth rate of 34% than Netflix (22%). Apart from these two streaming giants, Now TV, the …

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Marketers now exploring advertising options on video-on-demand content

According to a senior Nielsen executive, US marketers are now warming to advertising on video on demand. Through Nielsen’s total audience framework, TV networks, marketers, and media planners measure TV ratings up to 180 days. The framework also measures across different platforms and devices thereby offering cross-platform measurement. In Australia, OzTam measures TV ratings and …

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Amazon ties up with CBS All Access for streaming programming

CBS All Access is now available on Amazon’s a la carte TV subscription service, all thanks to the content deal between Amazon and CBS. This seems to be a wise step from both the parties as every day the number of cord cutters is only increasing who are preferring to watch their own lineup bundle …

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