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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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Criterion Collection set to introduce standalone streaming service

Leading video streaming company, Criterion collection is all set to make its subscription based streaming service live in US and Canada. In an announcement, Criterion is reported to have struck a deal with WarnerMedia to launch The Criterion Channel in spring next year. FilmStruck, home to Criterion’s catalog of arthouse classics and streaming offshoot of …

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NotJustOk unveils to massive rebrand of music streaming platform

Music entertainment blog, NotJustOK has rebranded its music streaming platform, formerly known as, MyNotJustOK, to a more user-friendly streaming service, Mino Music. With this strategic move, the Mino Music app is expected to expand their reach across the African continent as well as strengthen their hold as the go-to music streaming service in Africa. Ademola …

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Deciphering the unstoppable Netflix and the role of Big Data

With over 115 million subscribers, there is little doubt that Netflix is the uncrowned king of the online streaming world. Netflix’s phenomenal rise to streaming dominance has taken industry leaders aback, forcing them to question- how could one single platform take on entire Hollywood? The answer is simple- Big Data. According to the Wall Street …

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Chinese-language Netflix aims to capture global SVoD market

Singapore-based streaming service provider Vidfish has rolled out a new subscription VoD service. Aimed at the global SVoD market, the newly launched service offers 12,000 hours of premium Chinese content. The Vidfish app has 150,000 registered users and the vast video content library is available in more than 190 countries. With the launch of the online …

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WarnerMedia to close OTT service FilmStruck

WarnerMedia- the combined forces of HBO, Turner, and Warner Bros acquired by AT&T is closing down its OTT service, FilmStruck. FilmStruck is a OTT streaming service offering independent, foreign, older, and art house-style films from The Criterion and Turner’s Classic Movies collection. OTT service, FilmStruck will cease its international and US operations on November 29. …

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NBC News announces to launch new video streaming service

News division of the American broadcast television network NBC, NBC News is all set to make its video streaming service live. The new streaming platform, NBC News Signal is slated to be released in mid-2019 and will include original content. With the launch of the streaming service, NBC News joins the growing list of companies …

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Universal Music Group sign deal with 7Digital to boost streaming revenues

American global music corporation, Universal Music Group has signed a partnership deal with London based 7digital for providing music streaming platform services. With this deal, 7digital will provide UMG the ability to improve and create playlists for all their partners. This could reportedly generate $500,000  for Universal Music Group. Simon Cole, CEO, 7digital quoted, “Our …

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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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