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CBS All Access predicted to touch 8 million subscribers by 2022

OTT giant CBS All Access is forecasted to double its OTT subscribers figures to 8 million subs in 2022. With SVOD platforms focused on churning out original content, CBS All Access is all set to increase its original content production by 43% in 2019. Currently, CBS All Access offers both VOD and live content to …

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Canal+ opts for thematic channels to push VOD offerings

Canal+, the French Pay TV operator is all set to launch two new video-on-demand (VoD) channels namely Ciné+ Horreur and Ciné+ Western. The idea is quite evident from the name itself. Canal+ is eyeing to boost its OTT business by offering thematic channels organized by genre and created by the Cine+ editorial team. The new …

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OTT rules 2018 Primetime Emmy nominations

Leading OTT platforms such as Netflix, Amazon Prime, and Hulu had a splendid 2017 and this year’s Emmy nomination is a testimony to that. Streaming giant Netflix has recorded 36 nominations in this year’s Emmy award while arch-rival Amazon Prime and Hulu have earned six and eleven nominations respectively. The big numbers scored by the …

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Paraguay calls for tax on OTT platforms

South American country Paraguay to charge VAT on OTT platforms such as Netflix, Amazon Prime, Spotify etc. According to the Vice Minister for taxation, Liz Del Padre Maciel, half of the proceeds from the tax, which is set at 10% will be paid into an audiovisual fund to support the regional content. The tax will …

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Channel Surfing dies a slow death as SVOD takes the driver seat

As per studies, channel surfing has taken a hit with increasing SVOD consumption across the globe. People are rather glued to a particular OTT platform or a specific online content rather than casually flipping through channels on TV. Studies reveal that 39% of viewers tune into live programming from a traditional pay-TV provider, down from …

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Sports Illustrated TV joins OTT wave with standalone SVOD Platform

Sports Illustrated has joined the OTT bandwagon via Sports Illustrated TV which will offer on-demand content directly to the consumer over SVOD platforms such as Roku, iOS, Android, web browsers etc. Sports Illustrated is already available on Amazon Channels and recently added to fuboTV’s skinny-bundle service. Josh Oshinsky, Head of Programming for SI TV quoted, …

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Netflix graces Vivo mobile VOD bouquet

Vivo, otherwise known as Telefónica has included the streaming giant Netflix in its mobile data offering for video streaming consumers. As per reports from Telco, the online video-on-demand service has been added to the Double Play package that doubles the mobile data available in the subscription to be spent only through selected (subscription video-on-demand) SVOD …

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SportsFix eyes ASEAN expansion

Mayfair 101, a boutique international investment group has invested $1 million in SportsFix, a Malaysia based live streaming sports platform for the ASEAN region. The initial funding is meant for the expansion of business operations of SportsFix in Indonesia, Thailand, and other ASEAN markets. The Kuala Lumpur based video-on-demand (VoD) company delivers local, regional and …

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Live TV consumption dips big: Binging takes over

According to Nielsen, viewers in the age group 18 to 49 years who watched prime-time television during premiere week fell to 25.5%, that’s down 8% from a year ago. Many viewers are still watching one TV episode live. Some are also watching that one TV episode later, on a time-shifted basis. Still, others are watching …

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Netflix and Amazon strongly favored over local SVOD platforms in Germany and India

According to a recent survey by Jefferies, Netflix and Amazon are way ahead and strongly favoured over local subscription OTT platforms in India and Germany. The research states that the good performance of original content is driving this growth for Amazon and Netflix. Other factors that the survey found out were growing mobile consumption in …

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