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Nascar plans to go OTT

The US stock-car racing series, Nascar is mulling to launch its own over-the-top service. Launching its own streaming service will give Nascar an opportunity to tap into a wider audience base. Leading media rights holder NBC Sports and Fox Sports hold the right to air three of Nascar’s national series for an extended period of …

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HBO launches OTT service in Portugal

American premium cable and satellite television network, HBO is all set to launch its over-the-top service in Portugal in the first quarter of 2019. With the launch, HBO will be in competition with video streaming giant Netflix, which operates mobile streaming service in Portugal through Vodafone. With more than 135 million subscribers globally, HBO leads …

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Live streaming service FuboTV reaches 250k subscribers

American over-the-top internet television service, FuboTV is close to 250,000 subscribers, more than double from a year. FuboTV, which was launched in 2015 as a soccer-focused service currently streams live-TV channels with subscriptions starting at $45 a month. David Gandler, Co-founder and CEO, FuboTV quoted, “FuboTV is doing quite well relative to our brand penetration …

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Bengali OTT platform Hoichoi enters foreign markets

Bengali OTT Platform content provider, Hoichoi is all set to roll out its regional video on demand offerings to global audiences particularly the Bengali speaking diasporas. Hoichoi is entering UAE and Bangladesh market with original web-series. Backed by SVF, eastern India’s largest entertainment and film production company, Hoichoi has introduced top-up cards to facilitate subscriptions. …

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OTT service platform iKOFLiX goes live globally

Global end-to-end service provider for broadcasters and content owners, iKO Media Group has launched its own over-the-top service, iKOFLiX. iKOFLix delivers services such as live streaming, video on demand storage and internet radio to worldwide clients. It allows clients to distribute audio, video and other media services to their customers via streaming media as a …

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Western Europe OTT revenues set to soar in 2023

According to research reports, OTT revenues for 18 countries will reach $23.02 billion in 2023, sharply driven by rise in subscription video-on-demand users from 50.34 million at the end of 2017 to a likely total of 98.85 million by 2023. UK will account for 30 percent of the region’s OTT TV episode and movie revenues. …

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OTT platform MaxTV Stream goes live in Canada

Canadian Telecommunication giant, SaskTel is gearing up to launch an OTT service. With more than 110 live channels and thousands of hours of VOD content, MaxTV Stream combines traditional television with advanced features and the latest over-the-top content from YouTube and Netflix . Doug Burnett, Acting President and CEO, SaskTel quoted, “With its cutting-edge technology …

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Juventus goes digital, debuts with OTT platform Juventus TV

Juventus, the Italian football behemoth brings down the curtain on its linear TV channel and has instead decided to go digital following the over-the-top (OTT) trend across the globe. The Turin based club cited disappointing ratings and high production cost to be the reasons to go OTT. Now, the 12-year old channel can be accessed …

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GNAC video streaming to be launched on more OTT platforms

Great Northwest Athletic Conference fans will be able to watch conference athletic events on the 4 major Over the Top (OTT) viewing apps. The GNAC along with Stretch Internet announced that content can be accessed from all the 11 conference schools as well as GNAC Championships events via custom applications on Roku, Apple TV, Amazon …

39% millennials subscribe to at least one OTT service

Some 80% of millennials subscribe to at least one over-the-top (OTT) service and 39% report watching at least seven hours of video of demand platforms per week, according to new research. According to Limelight Networks’ State of Online Video report, as of June this year 22.8% of millennials said they watch more than 10 hours …

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