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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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Domino’s Aims To Eat in to Netflix with its Own VOD Offering 08 January 2015

When is a fast-food company also a streaming film outlet? When it offers customers both at the same time online. In UK, Domino’s has launched what it’s calling Pizza Box Office, an initiative giving online pizza orderers their choice of complementary movie streamed to PC, Mac or tablet. The initiative is designed to incentivise ecommerce orders and …

Little-Known Viewster Scores Big With Free Movies and TV Shows 08 January 2015

Zurich-based online video startup Viewster managed to break into comScore’s list of the Top 50 U.S. video properties for the first time in February, attracting more unique viewers than Sony’s Crackle and the video sites of both ABC and Fox. Viewster attracted 8.3 million unique U.S.-based viewers, who viewed close to 200 million videos on the site. …

Amazon Instant launches in Japan 08 January 2015

Japanese TV fans got one more option to get their movie fix this week: Amazon launched its Instant Video service in Japan Tuesday, according to the Hollywood Reporter. The offering has 26,000 movies and TV show episodes available for rent and purchase, but Amazon isn’t currently offering a Prime Instant-like subscription to Japanese customers. The launch …

Google Brings its Play Movies Video Service to 39 New Countries 07 January 2015

Google just rolled out its Play Movies service, which offers Hollywood Blockbusters for rent or sale, in a whole bunch of additional countries — 39, to be precise, including a number of countries in Central and South America, Europe and Africa. This means that Google Play Movies is now available in about 60 countries around …

Tubi TV Wants to Take on Crackle With Free Movies and TV Shows 07 January 2015

Tubi TV is a new streaming app from San Francisco-based connected TV startup adRise. Tubi TV is already available on Amazon’s new Fire TV and plans to launch on Roku and Xbox 360 in the coming days. Tubi TV’s ambitious goal is to become the largest library of free movies and TV shows. Netflix subscribers will recognize some …

Every Second Cord Cutter has a Netflix Subscription 07 January 2015

Netflix announced a major deal with Dish last month that will bring Netflix app to Dish’s Hopper DVR. 48 percent of all households without a pay TV subscription have Netflix. And 59 percent of cable households have used their TV provider’s VOD service before, compared to just 46 percent five years ago. Netflix has 31.7 million paid …

Muvi Studio launches MaaFlix.com on its Video on demand (VoD) Platform 06 January 2015

Muvi launches MaaFlix.com on its Video on demand (VoD) Platform Muvi is proud to announce the launch of MaaFlix.com – a Video on demand (VoD) site build for Maa Television Network (Maa TV) using its technology platform which allows video content owners like TV Studios and Networks, Movie & TV Production Houses and video content …

Disney spending more time in Camp Lakebottom 06 January 2015

Disney has acquired the second season of toon series Camp Lakebottom for several of its channels. The second 26x22mins run of the animated comedy show has been acquired by Disney Channels Asia. The series is distributed by 9 Story, which struck the Disney deals. The show debuted on Teletoon in Canada and Disney XD in the US …

Netflix’s Lilyhammer Heads to Sky Atlantic 06 January 2015

Lilyhammer, the first original drama ordered by Netflix, has been acquired by the Sky Atlantic pay TV channel in Italy. Sky Atlantic has acquired all three seasons of the drama, which stars Steve Van Sandt as a mobster relocated to a previously peaceful Norwegian town of Lillehammer. Netflix has 31.7 million paid subscribers! What are you …

Canadian Netflix Rival Taps Into The Wire 06 January 2015

Canadian OTT service CraveTV has acquired all seasons of The Wire and will launch remastered episodes of the classic HBO series. The Wire is the latest in a long line of recent TV series acquisitions of Crave TV. In Canada it has exclusive rights to the HBO library. All episodes of The Wire have been remastered and will …

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