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No industry has reached such a level of justification with their name other than OTT, which means Over-the-top. The reason behind this is quite prominent – users can stream their favorite contents devoid of any barrier such as time, location, or purchasing value. And if the OTT service is launched using Muvi’s platform, content owners can overrule the device barrier as well because it supports multi-device channel. Check out Muvi’s complete range of streaming solutions, now!

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Video Streaming Services Rise to First Place in Customer Satisfaction Survey

In a recent consumer satisfaction survey, video streaming services overtake the PayTV subscriptions, with Netflix leading the top position with highest engagements. As per the reports, video streaming scored 76 out of 100 while PayTV averaged a 62. Among the video streaming services, Netflix achieved the highest score with 79, followed by Sony PlayStation Vue …

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ByteDance to Launch Music Streaming Platform like Spotify in India

ByteDance, the Chinese internet company behind TikTok, is now in talks to launch Spotify-like music streaming app for the Indian audience. According to reports, the company has already secured deals with two leading music labels in India – T-Series & Times Music and is expected to roll out the services around this fall. In the …

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OTT Monitoring and Compliance (M&C) Market is on the Verge to Explode

With the growth in global streaming services, the OTT Monitoring & Compliance (M&C) market is all set to explode over the next five years. According to the new revenue projections, the technology market is predicted to grow at a CAGR of 15.8% and will touch $149.7 million by 2024. The primary reason why the OTT …

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Video Streaming Services Threaten the Existence of Cable TV in India

As per the recent survey reports, the popularity of video streaming services in India vanquishes the usage of traditional TV, especially the satellite & cable TV connections. With this, India becomes the third country with 52% of customers preferring streaming Video-on-Demand services, after China and Brazil. Despite only 40% of internet connectivity, the Indian video …

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Rakuten Launches Live Video Streaming Service – Rakuten Live

Rakuten, the Japanese internet operator, launches a new live streaming service named – Rakuten Live for celebrities and artists to live stream videos and communicate with fans or subscribers in real-time. On Rakuten Live, viewers can interact with the streamers actively through comments, likes, and by sending virtual gifts. Not only that, but the live …

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Cloudflare makes live video streaming a bit more live

Cloudflare, the world’s largest cloud network platforms, introduces concurrent streaming acceleration for faster live video streaming. This new technique mainly reduces the latency period of live streaming and delivers videos faster without any real-time lags. Actually, the update was in the testing phase for a couple of months and has a been a great success …

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TataSky Partners with Amazon to offer OTT Bundle on Television

In an effort to attract more users, Tata Sky – the leading broadcast satellite television service provider, announces a deal with Amazon for offering an exclusive OTT bundle under TataSky Binge. With this, TataSky subscribers can access digital content from popular OTT players including Eros Now, Hotstar, Sun NXT, Hungama Play, and others, on a …

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Sony to use Microsoft’s Azure for PlayStation Now

Despite being fierce competitors, Sony and Microsoft are teaming up for a game-streaming deal. As per the reports, Sony is expected to use Microsoft’s Azure to host its upcoming game streaming service – PlayStation Now. Kenichio Yoshida, CEO – Sony, Commented: “For many years, Microsoft has been a key business partner for us, though of …

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YouTube Premium now available in 7 European countries

After rolling out expansions in South Africa, India, and most of South America, YouTube Premium is now made available to users in further 7 countries of Europe that include Bulgaria, Hungary, Cyprus, North Macedonia, Czech Republic, Romania, and Poland. With this expansion strategy, YouTube is mainly eyeing to reach a wider audience in European countries. …

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Amazon Fire TV records 34 Million monthly active users

As per the reports of Q1 2019, Amazon Fire TV witnesses a total of 34 million active users, up from 30 million in January. With this, Fire TV leads the video streaming war on Smart TVs, as Roku reported 29.1 million active users last week. One major factor that turned effective for Fire TV, is …

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