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Viacom Plans ‘Multifaceted’ Approach To OTT In 2019

Viacom is all-in on embracing over-the-top video, but the company is forging what CEO Bob Bakish believes is a “differentiated strategy” than some of its competitors. The differentiated OTT strategy is built on three pillars: direct-to-consumer streaming services, digital studios that sell content to other streaming services, and OTT streaming bundles such as Philo and …

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Pac-12 partners with Amazon for new OTT service

US college sport’s Pacific-12 Conference (Pac-12) is building its own OTT service as part of its strategic deal with ecommerce giant Amazon. Artificial Intelligence tools from Amazon Web Services are being used to develop the cloud-based solutions capable of understanding digital demand. The deal also includes creating of Video-on-demand content as well as OTT streaming …

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Video streaming platform Netflix reaches 10 million subscribers

According to reports, video streaming giant Netflix is all set to hit the magic number 10 million by the end of 2018 in the UK all thanks to the growing numbers of cord-cutters. A survey conducted on 3000 UK online users aged 16+ who have confirmed the growing popularity of non-linear video services in the …

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Video streaming platform Kanopy agrees for licensing deal with HBO Documentary Films

Leading video streaming platform, Kanopy signs licensing deal with HBO Documentary Films for providing in-demand films, world cinema, documentaries, and exclusive collections to a growing fanbase. Currently, available to members of Kanopy’s partnered educational institutions across the U.S. and Canada for free, Kanopy’s huge video collection showcases tens of thousands of feature films, children’s television …

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WarnerMedia jumps into video streaming pool

WarnerMedia- the combined forces of HBO, Turner, and Warner Bros acquired by AT&T is planning to launch its own video streaming service in late 2019. Scheduled to go live in fourth quarter of 2019, the new streaming service will bring its existing series and brands from various arms of the company into one place and …

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Amazon expands to Canada with launch of music streaming service

E-commerce giant Amazon announces the arrival of its music streaming service in Canada. The recently launched music streaming service, Amazon Music Unlimited is an expansion of recently launched Prime Music and is expected to compete with streaming services such as Apple Music and Spotify. Amazon Music Unlimited is expected to be available at $7.99 for …

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Live streaming channel ABC News Live expands global reach

News division of the American Broadcasting Company, ABC News is eyeing free ad-supported streaming services for growing its new live streaming channel, ABC News Live. ABC News Live is a 24-hour streaming channel which delivers live coverage of breaking news and events. The channel programming also includes live streaming produced by ABC News production teams …

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African American consumers adopt streaming services

African American consumers have espoused technology to a great extent which has now unprecedented impact on the country’s economy, culture, and society, a study reveals. African Americans participate more than other ethnic groups in the country when it comes to video streaming, audio streaming, gaming, owning a smartphone, adopting technology etc. The study also says …

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Indie brewery BrewDog introduces new SVOD service

Scotland and US based independent craft brewery BrewDog is gearing up to introduce a new SVOD service for beer enthusiasts. The BrewDog Network currently offers more than 100 hours of content, including travel shows, series on cocktails and craft beers, docs, culinary and much more. The network will stream a library of acquired content. James …

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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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