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SVoD services continues to dominate Australia

According to research reports, consumer spending on video streaming services is forecasted to grow at 3 percent in 2019 to AU $5.3 billion (€3.3bn). By the end of 2018, Australia is set to become the first country to see the number of SVoD households overtake pay-TV in worldwide. The digital landscape continues to be dominated …

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MiTiVi OTT platform goes live

GlobalOneIndia is all set to launch its MiTiVi over-the-top platform for cable operators. The new OTT service will offer an engaging user interface with popular categories for live streaming of 1000+ channels, VoDs, Radio, Education, overseas content and movie library with Live TV. Kaushik Izardar, Chief Operating Officer, Asia TV, quoted, “With the launch of …

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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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Naspers create VOD unit as online streaming battle intensifies

Global internet and media group, Naspers has created a new OTT video unit in order to counter competition from global VOD players such as Netflix, Amazon Prime Video, etc. To counter this stiff competition, Naspers has partnered its VOD business Showmax Africa and Internet TV service Dstv Digital Media to form a VOD unit called …

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VOD streaming platform TBH all set to launch in South Africa

New video on demand service named TBH is all set to launch in South Africa. The platform will offer original South African, broader African content, along with a mix of Hollywood movies and series. With its launch, TBH is most likely to compete with leading streaming services such as MultiChoice, Netflix, Amazon Prime Video and …

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89% of OTT Viewing Takes Place on TV Sets – Nielsen

Nielsen recently announced the results of a study according to which streaming services are becoming more common every day with more than 50% of US households using some type of OTT video service. Since 2014, it’s been able to track audiences for streaming programming. But with its new SVOD Content Ratings, the company says it …

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