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Twitter Is Launching Audio-Only Broadcasting In Periscope on iOS

Following Facebook’s footsteps, Twitter is introducing testing audio-only streaming to Periscope on iOS with same plans for Android in the pipeline. The feature will benefit users who are camera-shy and also publishers who do not have the technical setup to live stream video. Video streaming might be the most popular, but audio-only streaming or live …

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Madrid to host second edition of annual OTT Summit

SportsPro has announced the second annual OTT summit in association with Olympic Channel. Representatives from channels such as Olympic Channel, NBC Sports Group, PGA Tour, Twitter, Turner Sports, Hotstar etc. will be among the speakers in the summit scheduled to be held in Madrid, Spain. Nick Meacham, Managing Director at SportsPro Media, said: ‘‘It’s a …

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Disney inks deal with Twitter for live streaming

Walt Disney has joined hands with Twitter to create live streaming content and advertising opportunities from across the entire Disney portfolio on the Twitter platform. Through the deal, Disney’s ABC broadcast network, the Disney Channels, Freeform and the company’s movie studio will produce live programming for Twitter. Matthew Derella, Twitter Global VP of Revenue and …

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Twitter writes off its investment in SoundCloud

Twitter has written down almost $70 million investment in SoundCloud referring that digital music industry is a challenging industry to rake in. Jack Dorsey, CEO Twitter, invested in music streaming service SoundCloud in 2016 and has written off the deal in one year. It is said that Twitter has realized that the invested amount cannot …

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Live Streaming Services, Net Neutrality & What It Means For Your Customers

While you read this piece of article and want to know the latest update about Net Neutrality, just for your information, 100 million people are binge-watching online videos at this moment, either by subscribing to OTT providers like Netflix, Amazon Prime etc. or live streaming their favorite sports or events on their smartphones. Now, just …

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Amazon, Twitter and YouTube at loggerheads for NFL Live Streaming Rights

Its wartime in the live streaming industry as Amazon, YouTube, and Twitter are fighting it out for NFL Live streaming rights. It was expected considering the TV viewing figures are hitting new lows everyday and major technological platforms are enthusiastic over streaming of live sports. The tech-biggies are set to bid millions of dollars for …

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VOXI offers free data for Netflix and Apple Music

VOXI, as part of its SIM-only deal, is offering free video and music data passes for six months. The deal is only meant for user aged 25 or below. The Music Pass which costs  £5 a month can be used to play music on Spotify, TIDAL, Deezer, Napster, SoundCloud, Amazon Music Unlimited, and Prime Music. …

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Twitter and Fox collaborate to distribute live streaming content

Twitter Inc. and Twenty First Century Fox Inc.’s Fox Sports have joined hands to stream a live show on the FIFA World Cup to be held in Russia later this year. The tournament will be streamed from Moscow’s Red Square on each match day and provide previews, recaps, and near real-time video highlights for each …

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Twitter to launch live streaming service for sports in Australia

Twitter has collaborated with various sports channels and other organizations like Channel 7 Sports, Fox Sports Asia, Riot Games and International Cricket Council to bring out a series of premium live and in-stream video content deals across sports, news and entertainment. Video content and live streaming for AFL matches, the Ashes, Australian Open and a …

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Twitter collaborates with NASCAR for streaming deal

Twitter has signed a live streaming deal with NASCAR that will give users an inside-the-car view when races are being aired. This is the first of sorts in terms of live streaming the in-car camera feeds for all 10 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series Playoffs races. For Twitter, the NASCAR deal means that the platform’s …

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