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New Video on demand platform goes live in Brazil

New VoD platform, WatchTV has been officially launched in Brazil. Combining both TVOD and SVoD models, WatchTV provides video catalogues from Hollywood studios along with OTT services from TV broadcasters. The new on demand platform also acts as a marketplace for aggregating content from other applications such as Noggin and ESPN Watch.  Currently, WatchTV has …

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Vodafone, Kwesé introduce video-on-demand service

Telecommunications giant, Vodafone Ghana is collaborating with multiplatform broadcaster Kwesé for bringing live  streaming TV and video-on-demand content to Ghana. Using video streaming service Kwesé Play, users can connect Kwese Play digital TV device to Vodafone’s high-speed fibre-to-the-home (FTTH) or ADSL broadband service for accessing unlimited live TV entertainment. Patricia Obo-Nai, Director of Fixed Business …

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French audience prefer SVoD content

According to research reports, around 30 percent of the country’s online population are willing to watch SVoD content. An estimated 13.6 million French consumers (aged 6+) have watched SVoD content, up by 10 percentage points since December 2017.  The report further states that eight out of ten SVoD users access their subscription services on a …

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Europe SVoD market set to touch $12.5 Billion by 2023

According to research reports, SVOD revenue in Western Europe might triple to about $12.5 billion in 2023, up from $4.4 billion in 2017. Currently, the online streaming market of U.S. stands at $12.5 billion, but Europe is slowly catching up. Simon Murray, Principal Analyst at UK-based Digital TV Research quoted, “These channels know their market, …

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VoD platform ZEE5 pushes for wider audience reach

Indian global telecommunications services company, Bharti Airtel is collaborating with VOD platform ZEE5 for providing wider video content. With this deal, all the eligible Airtel customers can access ZEE5 premium content such as original series and movies through Airtel TV app at a monthly plan of Rs 199. Sameer Batra, Bharti Airtel CEO – content …

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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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Viacom introduces Paramount SVoD in Poland

Viacom International Media Networks is all set to introduce a Paramount-branded SVoD service in Central and Eastern Europe (CEE) for the first time. The subscription video on demand service will be unveiled in Poland this month with cable TV distributor Toya and mobile operator Play, under the name Paramount Play. Bartosz Witak, Senior VP and …

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Pay TV and SVOD subscriptions on rise in India

According to research reports, India is forecasted to add 49 million more  Pay TV and subscription video on demand (SVoD) subscriptions. The subscription for VOD users will take its total to 210 million in 2023. SVoD subscriptions is likely to double between 2017 and 2023. The global pay-TV and SVoD subscriptions will rise by 37% …

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NBCUniversal brings SVoD service Hayu to Canada

American multinational media conglomerate, NBCUniversal International is bringing reality TV show subscription video-on-demand service Hayu to Canada. Available for CAD 5.99 per month in Canada, the SVOD service can be viewed on tablets, web, mobile phones and on connected smart TVs, at home or on the go. Hayu offers a wide range of TV shows, …

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Telone launches VOD service DEOD

Zimbabwe Telecommunications company Telone has introduced its own VOD service, DEOD. Digital Entertainment on Demand (DEOD) will be up against leading subscription video on demand service such as Iflix and DStv. DEOD on demand package can be accessed for 30 days at $5.99, while DEOD Premium is available for $11.99 for 30 days. Chipo Mutasa, …

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