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CTC Media and National Media Group collaborate for online TV platform

Russian broadcaster CTC Media and National Media Group are partnering together to create an online TV platform, More.TV. More.TV will offer a distribution network for streamed TV channels and popular Russian and international content through a subscription VOD model. Olga Paskina, General Director, National Media Group, quoted, “The project is “an important step” towards creating …

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OTT revenue up by 32% & PayTV declines

With several improvements in the cable sector, still overall pay television subscriptions declined in 2016 by 2 million, nearly double the numbers from the previous year while OTT services, on the other hand, is rising. According to a recent report, revenue for U.S. cable, satellite and telco TV access providers rose 3% in 2016 to $107.3 billion …

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Online video ad views up by 24% in 2016

According to a report by FreeWheel – a video ad management company, the total video views rose up by 26 percent from the previous year and the total video ad views grew by 24 percent, making 2016 the sixth consecutive year of growth. Global events such as the Rio 2016 Olympics and the US elections …

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Announcing Muvi Playout – A linear TV Channel Scheduler for OTT Platforms

New York, 12th October, 2016 – Muvi, a leading video streaming PaaS provider today announces the launch of a very unique feature as a free add-on to its Platform called Muvi Playout – An Online TV Scheduler! Muvi Playout allows Muvi customers to launch their own OTT TV Channels and distribute it digitally across Web, …

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BARB Releases First Official Figures For TV Player Report

  BARB has announced the results from the beta launch of the first joint-industry, audited measure of viewing to online TV in the UK. The TV Player Report is a stepping stone to the completion of Project Dovetail – the hybrid measurement system that will use BARB panel data and device-based data – and for …

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TV viewers’ tastes change, OTT wins favor

  An eMarketer survey in six large cities in 2014 showed that the average time spent on watching TV decreased from 140 minutes in 2008 to 124 minutes daily in 2012. Meanwhile, the time spent on online connections increased from 44 minutes to 84 minutes. The “Social, Digital and Mobile Worldwide 2015” report of We …

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