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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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Brand New Media and TV5 to launch Internet TV in Philippines

Content marketing firm Brand New Media and broadcast network TV5 have made a deal to launch multi channel Internet TV in the Philippines, to go live in February 2015. Named 4ME, this brand new media platform will feature original content, produced both in the Philippines and internationally, for a network of lifestyle channels covering food, …

Amazon to Launch First Live-Action Kids Series

Amazon will launch its first live-action kid series before Christmas on its Prime Instant SVOD service in the UK and Germany.  The show was one of five kid series ordered by Amazon late last year and is the streaming service’s first original live-action kid project. The show follows the lives of three quirky suburban teens who live …

Bell undercuts Netflix with CraveTV

Canadian Telco and TV firm Bell is undercutting Netflix with its C$4 (US$3.52) a month OTT service, CraveTV. Bell claims that Crave will complement traditional TV “as an additive service featuring exclusive and premium programming, all at affordable price”.  Bell has been aggressively acquiring for Crave, buying Hollywood film and TV series, UK drama as well …

Netflix to roll out new release model with Madagascar kids series

Good news for all Madagascar fans! Netflix is all set to release a series focused on one of the most beloved characters from Madagascar . Fans can now watch the first batch of five 22-minute episodes of All Hail King Julien on Friday, December 19 and new episodes will be released in instalments thereafter. An unsusual feature of this …

Netflix to Hit 17 million International Subscribers

Netflix is going to hit the mark of 17 million paying subscribers this year as per latest forecasts. This is even higher than the company’s own forecasts that had predicted to get 16.5 million paying customers by year-end. The growth is a result of the increase in subscriber base in Latin America and Canada. It …

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VoD – Moving Beyond The Traditional

With the new government talking about implementing e-governance, India has started using digital and social media as the primary mode of communication. Hence it is expected that new technologies would now achieve mainstream adoption faster. The Indian government backed up by private players, has started implementing better infrastructure in place, TRAI has increased the minimum …

ABC News journalists will stream video to your screen

ABC News is now giving its journalists the ability to live stream video to viewers. The project, called GoStream, will allow any of ABC’s field journalists to fire up an app and begin sending raw video to ABC News, which will then disseminate the streams. Viewers will be able to choose from any number of …

Netflix Expects Big Things From Big Budget “Marco Polo”

Netflix is in a process to launch Marco Polo, one of the most expensive original TV series ever made, on December 12. The series tells about the life of the famous explorer and his interactions with Kublai Kahn. Apart from budget, the series is also important to Netflix’s hopes of capturing more international audiences as it expands. By getting exclusive rights …

Digital Players Grab 20% Of TV Households

Digital streaming media players like Apple TV, Roku and Chromecast now account for 20% total share of all U.S. TV households in 2014. Now digital media players are seen as an alternative to existing pay TV packages. When it comes to regular use, Netflix tops all three major devices in entertainment category. Movies are big …

4 Reasons Why Broadcast TV Would Be Dead By 2030

Reed Hastings pronouncement that broadcast TV will last only 14 years sounds absurd. However here we have listed down 4 major points that would strengthen Hastings claims. Point 1: A generation raised without broadcast television – Today, children are growing up without the restrictions of a broadcast schedule. Apps like Watch Disney allow kids to connect with and …

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