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VOD service Voot expands its global footprint

With international online streaming players such as Amazon Prime Video and Netflix vying for majority in Indian digital video ecosystem, homegrown VOD service Voot is planning to enter UK streaming market. Video on demand platform Voot aims to stream 18 original shows across different genres in the upcoming few months. Sudhanshu Vats, Managing Director, Viacom …

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Netflix and Hathway Broadway aim to deliver video streaming services

Online streaming giant Netflix has signed strategic partnership with cable broadband provider Hathway to deliver video streaming services to Hathway’s subscribers in India. Under this deal,  Netflix will be offered through Hathway’s set-top box that includes a remote which will allow users to launch streaming service. Rajan Gupta, Managing Director, Hathway quoted, “In this smart …

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Roku records platform revenue growth as OTT market rises

Online streaming giant Roku’s OTT platform revenue is currently booming with triple-digit growth in the last quarter. Reportedly, Roku had a 46% y/y increase in active accounts and 42% y/y growth in revenue per active account. Growth of online Video streaming services, continued cord-cutting trends and internet penetration are few factors that have contributed to …

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Discovery moves closer to launch online streaming service

Global mass media and entertainment company, Discovery Communications is planning to launch its own streaming Platform to widen its consumer base. Following its acquisition of Sсripps Networks Interасtive in Mаrсh, Discovery is most likely to target the growing direct-to-consumer video subscription market. David Zaslav, CEO, Discovery quoted at an industry event, “The company is considering …

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VOD streaming platform TBH all set to launch in South Africa

New video on demand service named TBH is all set to launch in South Africa. The platform will offer original South African, broader African content, along with a mix of Hollywood movies and series. With its launch, TBH is most likely to compete with leading streaming services such as MultiChoice, Netflix, Amazon Prime Video and …

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Walmart thinking over own OTT Service

Stellar success of streaming giants Netflix, Amazon Prime, Hulu etc. have prompted several media and entertainment biggies to join the OTT bandwagon. Walmart is the latest one to join the bandwagon with its very own streaming platform if everything falls into place. According to reports, Walmart is planning on setting up its own video streaming …

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From Music Downloading to Online Streaming: Blockchain to Transform Online Music Consumption

The Music industry and piracy go hand in hand. A study says, 95% of all online music is downloaded illegally, causing $12.5 billion of economic losses every year with a loss of $2.7 billion in workers’ earnings. The global music industry is riddled with archaic royalty payment protocol by Performance Rights Organizations or PROs who …

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Boiler Room all set to introduce online video streaming platform

Global online music broadcaster, Boiler Room is prepping up to launch a video streaming platform, 4.3 that combines curated content and live events. The online video streaming platform will offer content supported by multi-faceted events that combine screenings, live music, installations, and DJ sets. Stephen Mai, chief content officer, Boiler Room quoted, “Audiences are tired …

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Enabling User Generated Content on Muvi

Ever wondered why Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube are among the most visited domains in the world? If you said it’s because of their content volume, you’re most likely right. But if you were to compute how much of that content was created/acquired by these companies, you’d probably get an answer close to zero. Yet these …

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Hotstar ties up with Awesomeness for additional content

Star TV’s digital streaming platform Hotstar has collaborated with American entertainment company Awesomeness to provide additional content to its subscribers. Hotstar is targeting the Gen Z audience through this content deal. Awesomeness which is the subsidiary of DreamWorks Animation offers content through AwesomenessTV, Awesomeness Films, DreamWorksTV, Awestruck and boasts Comcast, NBCUniversal, and Hearst as its …

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