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Can Artificial Intelligence End Your Video Buffering Problems?

Access to high-speed data and smartphone is disrupting many industries. Interestingly, high-speed data is the single most dominant factor behind the rising content consumption pattern. Tapping into this massive content appetite, online streaming giants such as Netflix, Viu, Balaji Telefilms, Amazon Prime video have disrupted the broadcasting, entertainment & media industry and their long-time rulers …

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Hulu seeks to enhance the TV experience with it’s live TV service

During its newfront presentation as reported by Streaming Media, two weeks ago, Hulu launched its live service, which offers subscribers over 50 live channels and the company’s on-demand library for $40 per month. Although it looked like a simple combining of SVOD and live streaming services, under the surface, though, it was anything but simple. …

VR and OTT to go hand-in-hand

More than half (52%) of OTT service providers are researching, getting ready to launch or have already launched VR-video content, according to a global study commissioned by Level 3 Communications. Unisphere Research, in partnership with Streaming Media, interviewed 628 people from media and entertainment companies across the globe. Findings show that 67% of OTT service providers …

OTT today offers many choices but little variety

An interesting insight by Troy Dreier from Streaming Media says it’s an exciting time for online video on demand services as we’re seeing tons of experimentation, with new services launching almost weekly. Inspired by the success of Netflix, dozens of companies have created their own low-cost, all-you-can-watch subscription services that feature a mix of older and …

52% of the OTT companies are going to launch VR content

According to a new research, the OTT video market is “moving in the direction of virtual reality” with 67% of OTT companies believing VR is “here to stay.” The new Level 3, Streaming Media and Unisphere Study found that 52% of the OTT companies polled said they are “researching, getting ready to launch or have …

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Netflix to enter India, DTH companies edgy

  After Singapore-based on-demand internet video provider Hooq launched operations here, the pioneer of internet TV platform, US-based Netflix, has firmed up plans to enter India by 2016, according to people familiar with the matter. This has sent domestic DTH players into a tizzy with some of the major ones chalking out strategies to diversify …

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