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OTT platforms have made entertainment, sports, and education available to the users on-demand. The popularity of streaming media has eliminated the need of any middle man such as the traditional cable TV network. Muvi allows content owners to launch white-labeled Video and/or Audio streaming service – both on-demand and live. And following the recent pricing update of Muvi Free, creators can go live in a simple click at zero cost.

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Millennials to Account for 65% of Latin American OTT Video Consumption by 2025 18 June 2015

  According to new research from TDG, Latin America is poised to become a significant market for OTT video, with use especially prominent among younger adults. By 2025, TDG forecasts that consumers between the ages of 18 and 34 will account for 65% of all OTT viewing. “Much is said about the rise of US …

Global Online TV, Video Revenue Forecast to Hit $51.1B by 2020 17 June 2015

  Worldwide OTT platforms and video revenue will reach $51.1 billion in 2020, nearly doubling the $26.0 billion expected in 2015, according to a new forecast. ‎Research firm Digital TV Research cited the global expansion of Netflix as a key driver behind accelerated momentum and highlighted that the revenue growth would be “a massive increase” from …

UK Video Sector Moves to the Next Level, says Futuresource Consulting 17 June 2015

  Futuresource Consulting assessed the pulse of the UK video market in its latest video insights report, announcing that this segment is in good health, driven by the growing appetite for OTT video services, the resilience of packaged video retail and a healthy box office. “The digital video market came of age in 2014, attracting new …

The OTT challenge is TV quality at TV scale 17 June 2015

  The challenge is huge, for several reasons. The challenge is there because of the quality customers expect, and the challenge is there because the internet was not designed as a large scale video viewing platform, and CDNs were not designed to deliver OTT video services at scale; however the convergence of technologies which brings …

On-Demand TV: Press Play 16 June 2015

  Can video-on-demand score with consumers while keeping pace with the momentum generated by streaming rivals Netflix, Hulu and other over-the-top services? Recent announcements — including Showtime’s summer launch of an OTT subscription service — reflect the shift in consumer viewing of quality TV content to the Web in general and mobile devices in particular. …

How electronics firms are rebooting smart TVs 15 June 2015

Electronics companies are launching “smart televisions,” a new type of TV set equipped with smartphone operating systems to provide services comparable to those available through smartphones. For example, smart TVs enable users to enjoy services such as access to the Internet and playing video games. It is also possible for individual users to install additional …

Reinventing the Pay-TV Business 11 June 2015

Is the pay-TV model collapsing or just in need of a major upgrade? With the North American pay-TV industry now losing subscribers, OTT video services gaining rapidly and cord-cutting on the rise, the traditional television model is certainly under assault as never before. In the US, for example, the number of TV households without a …

New Vindicia and Ooyala Study with Parks Associates Finds OTT Marketplace Remains Rife with Opportunity for Innovative Entrants 11 June 2015

  In addition to active OTT video services from the likes of Netflix, Hulu Plus, HBO, and Amazon Prime, a number of leading players across major markets have stated their intentions to introduce OTT services, including SingTel, Sony, Warner Bros., Overstock.com, and Samsung. Today, approximately 1.6 billion people worldwide actively watch online video on a …

Netflix no threat, but makes cable better, say Liberty Global, Vodafone 10 June 2015

  Liberty Global and Vodafone Deutschland do not see OTT video services as a significant threat, but rather as something that has stimulated them to provide a better overall experience to their consumers, according to Liberty president and CEO Mike Fries and Vodafone Deutschland managing director Manuel Cubero. Liberty Global’s “opinion has changed” about OTT, …

Barclays Revises Estimates On 11 Internet & Media Companies 08 June 2015

In a report published Friday, Barclays analyst Kannan Venkateshwar briefly commented on the growing surge of popularity of Internet video and how investors can gain exposure to the theme while also updating investors on 11 stocks under coverage. According to Venkateshwar, 40 percent of U.S. homes have access to at least one OTT platform which …

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