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Disney eyes SVOD service in Australia 15 February 2016

The Walt Disney Company is speaking to telecommunications companies as it eyes launching a subscription video on demand (SVOD) service in the already crowded Australian marketplace. According to The Australian Financial Review, Disney is looking at making Australia is second direct move into streaming after launching DisneyLife in the UK in November, where it offers more …

Netflix And Spotify’s Digital Deluge Is Eroding Content’s Value 21 July 2015

  One of the most significant changes happening today, something that affects every industry, not just television, is the shifting value of ownership. The idea of ownership is based on the concept of scarcity: if a certain good or service is scarce, it’s of value to own it. But if it’s plentiful, then ownership is …

Hulu might add ad-free option to compete with Netflix 20 July 2015

  Hulu is exploring plans to add an advertising-free option to its service, according to people familiar with the matter, as the online VOD platform tries to become a stronger rival to Netflix Inc. Such a move would be a significant shift in strategy for Hulu, which up to now has required users to sit through ad …

HBO’s OTT service to shake up SVOD market 30 January 2015

Roughly 17% of US broadband households would be likely to subscribe to HBO’s forthcoming over-the-top video service, according to new research by Parks Associates. The research firm said that among those likely to subscribe, 91% are currently pay TV subscribers, while roughly 50% would cancel their pay TV service after subscribing to HBO’s OTT service, which …

Showtime to launch in Canada 30 January 2015

CBS Corp. will launch branded programming from its premium cable channel Showtime in Canada for the first time after a deal with local giant Bell Media. The exclusive, long-term licensing agreement means catalogue, current and future Showtime programming will roll out in English and French on Bell platforms, including new SVOD service Crave and premium pay …

Netflix partners with SVOD rival Shomi for Canadian original 29 January 2015

Netflix and its streaming rival Shomi are joining forces to make Between, which will star kids TV favourite Jennette McCurdy and was created by Michael McGowan and Resident Evil producer Don Carmody. City TV and Shomi, which are both part of the Rogers group, are partnering Netflix on the series. The move surprised some market watchers as …

Stan nabs Amazon series, launches ahead of Netflix 29 January 2015

Stan has become the latest subscription video-on-demand service to roll out in Australia, beating streaming heavyweight Netflix, which will launch in the territory later this year. The new service is a joint venture between free-to-air broadcaster Nine Network and Fairfax Media. Looking for Enterprise grade VoD & Video Streaming Platform to launch your own VoD Site? …

Amazon buys kids package from FremantleMedia 29 January 2015

Amazon has acquired a package of seven kids and family titles from Fremantle Media for its Prime Instant Video streaming service. The SVOD player has bought Kate & Mim-Mim(pictured), children’s seriesTeam Toon, Alien Dawn,Really Me, The Aquabats Supershow! And Monsuno from FremantleMedia Kids & Family Entertainment. Stop earning in pennies from CPM and Ad-based revenue model provided …

Small Town America: don’t ignore local TV 29 January 2015

British drama is currently the toast of Los Angeles and New York, with shows like The Missing from the BBC and Starz and ITV’s Grantchester launching recently to great critical acclaim, following on from the success of Broadchurch. The major cable channels backing of original UK drama is big news – whether it’s in the original British …

Nigeria takes on ‘first’ Spanish drama 23 January 2015

Spanish-language drama The Time in Between is to premiere on My TV More in Nigeria this week. The Antena 3 drama was a huge hit in Spain when it launched in 2013 with an average 27.8% share, and has subsequently sold into the US via VOD service Hulu. In Latin America it is on Netflix, ¡Hola! TV …

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