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Vivendi Buys Leading Video Platform Dailymotion

  Vivendi, the media conglom which owns pay TV giant Canal Plus Group and Universal Music Group, has completed the acquisition of Dailymotion, one of the world’s biggest aggregation and video on demand distribution platforms, for 217 million Euros. Through the acquisition of Dailymotion — Youtube’s main rival — Vivendi is looking to fast-track its …

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Muvi Studio in FierceOnlineVideo’s Fierce 15 list for 2015, acknowledged as the ‘Top Enterprise OTT’ platform

  Muvi, an OTT Video On Demand Streaming platform builder, has been placed on the ‘Fierce 15’ list of top online video firms as the top ’Enterprise OTT’ platform, compiled by Fierce Market’s online video arm FierceOnlineVideo. Easily amongst the most visible video streaming platform maker on web today, Muvi’s contribution to the industry and the …

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Netflix and the war for the living room

  If you’ve been paying any attention recently  (and it’s been hard to miss)  you might have noticed that Netflix, the US video on demand distribution behemoth, has arrived here in Australia. Now, Netflix isn’t completely new to many Australians. If the numbers are to be believed up to 300,000 of us were already Netflix subscribers, …

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A Third of Pay-TV Subscribers May Cut the Cord

  It is no surprise that most Americans do not like their pay-TV service, whether it is delivered by cable or satellite. According to the latest report from the American Customer Satisfaction Index (ASCI), subscription-TV companies are tied with Internet service providers for the lowest customer satisfaction score among all industries. ASCI attributes pay TV’s …

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TV stations eye Internet video services / Networks hope to recapture drifting viewers, fading revenue

  Commercial TV stations are recently focusing on online video on demand distribution services, hoping to secure a new revenue source by enhancing distribution services while maintaining peak advertising revenue, as well as to restore the power of TV by providing a wide variety of content. Netflix Inc., the U.S.-based world leader in distributing paid …

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Internet-Plus Poised To Transform China’s Film Business Models

  Self-confidence overflowed as Chinese film and Internet executives pitched a new business model that may be on the way to transforming the fortunes of local studios and rolling back the influence of Hollywood in China. At a high-powered seminar on Sunday at the Shanghai film festival, the plutocrat bosses of Bona Film Group and Enlight …

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Warner Bros.’ Sanders Sees EST Revenues Hitting $2B

  Ron Sanders, Warner Bros.’ president of worldwide home entertainment distribution, said electronic sell-through is more than a beacon of hope for the beleaguered home sector. It is an increasingly robust business. During a keynote session at Tuesday’s On Demand Summit, he said Warners, which is Hollywood’s largest home entertainment purveyor and a longtime bellwether of studio strategy, …

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Smartphones beat out Paid TV and Internet Service Providers

  As more entertainment options provide consumers with a wealth of choices, overall customer satisfaction with pay TV services and Internet service providers (ISPs) is on the decline. Smartphone users, however, are quite happy with their devices. Consumer satisfaction with information services on whole – including subscription TV, online VOD platforms, Internet, wireless, fixed land …

6 Reasons Your TV Everywhere Strategy Isn’t Working

TV Everywhere is a valuable tool for building engagement with viewers and growing your overall brand. When done right, TVE offerings drive viewership back to linear channels. Yet “TVE” should really stand for “Television Viewer Engagement,” because it’s not about simply offering content everywhere. It’s about creating a new, deeper relationship with your viewers. In the …

Google may be planning a movie streaming service to take on Netflix

Shares of Netflix are up more than 80% so far in 2015, and it’s looking like the video on demand film distribution business isn’t a bad one to be in right now. Just like the rest of us, Google appears to have taken note and it seems as though the company is at least toying with the idea …

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