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People tuning in for live streaming platform in US

According to reports, live streaming is on rise in US as more people cancel their cable subscriptions. Around 42 percent of people prefer live stream content, which is up from 25 percent in 2017. The content most likely people prefer tuning in live are regular-season sporting events, television shows, and influencer-led streams. The rise of …

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Amazon Prime Video App launched on Playstation in Australia

Amazon Prime video can now be accessed on Playstaion 4 or Playstation 3 Australian customers for Amazon’s Prime Video can now access the latest TV shows and films on the streaming service via their Playstation 4 or Playstation 3. This is a crucial expansion for Amazon Prime which launched in Australia late last year. The …

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Playstation to now include Amazon Prime video

PS3 and PS4 consoles will now offer Amazon Prime video app in Latin America. Amazon Prime video was introduced in Latin America in December last year. Additionally Amazon Prime also has apps for Android and iOS devices as well as for Sony, Samsung and LG Smart TVs.

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Subscription Service, PokerGO, launches as an OTT service

PokerGO was launched by Poker Central, an OTT based subscription service. Poker Central’s new subscription service is priced at $99 per year or $10 per month and includes a mix of live events like Super High Roller Bowl and exclusive coverage of Poker and includes a mix of live events, including Super High Roller Bowl …

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Decline in US pay-TV subscriptions

A reduction of 802,000 subscriptions in the first quarter of 2017 has taken place due to an increasing number of subscribers moving away from traditional multi-channel avenues for VOD (video-on-demand) as cited by research firm Kagan. There has been 0.8% decline from a strong first three months of the year according to First Quarter US …

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The Rise and fall of Gaming Consoles as Media Centers

While game consoles were historically considered as much of a toy, they have now evolved into offering a whole lot of functionality for a far mature audience. From the Brown Box to Nintendo Switch (arriving March 2017), and from 10 year old playing games to 51% of Xbox One users watching video-on-demand and subscription-based videos …

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