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Viacom Plans ‘Multifaceted’ Approach To OTT In 2019

Viacom is all-in on embracing over-the-top video, but the company is forging what CEO Bob Bakish believes is a “differentiated strategy” than some of its competitors. The differentiated OTT strategy is built on three pillars: direct-to-consumer streaming services, digital studios that sell content to other streaming services, and OTT streaming bundles such as Philo and …

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Nickelodeon Japan and MTV MIX to debut on Prime Video

Viacom International Media Network (VIMN) has signed a deal with OTT giant Amazon Prime Video which will see Nickelodeon Japan and MTV MIX debuting on Prime Video channels. Both channels were launched last year in Japan but only on OTT platforms. The channel distribution gets effective from 3rd July. Mark Whitehead, President and Managing Director, …

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Viacom launches kids streaming service on Amazon Prime Video in May

American multinational media conglomerate Viacom is going to launch Nickelodeon’s preschool kids’ streaming network Noggin on Amazon Prime Video Channels.Available at $7.99 per month, Noggin is an OTT product that delivers curriculum-driven content for preschoolers. Tom Gorke, Executive Vice President, Viacom, said, “Our audiences continue to enjoy Viacom content in more places and with more …

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Viacom’s OTT platform to arrive late

Viacom has decided to launch its video-on-demand (VOD) service in late 2018. The company is eyeing to exploit opportunities in the emerging over-the-top digital space by pulling back on licensing its content specifically in the U.S. market.   Bob, Bakish, Prez and CEO, Viacom, quoted, “Later in the year, you’ll hear about the product we’ll …

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Viacom to launch its own VoD service in September

Viacom which owns Comedy Central, MTV, and Nickelodeon is all set to launch its own VOD service by September 2018. The increase in cord-cutting and popularity of online video platforms has made the entertainment giant come up with online video streaming service. While the details of the pricing are not apparent, Viacom certainly isn’t planning …

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Subscribers Of Movistar Play get access to Viacom content

Viacom has sealed a deal with Telefónica which will allow the subscribers of Movistar Play in Latin America have an access to its wide range of content. Under this agreement, Movistar Play will broadcast the live feeds of MTV, Nickelodeon, Nick Jr., Comedy Central and Paramount Channel TV channels in the region beginning in the …

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Sky extends partnership with Viacom in Spain

Sky’s Spanish online pay-TV service has extended its partnership with Viacom by adding MTV Espana HD to its content catalog. Despite addition, the monthly subscription price has remained unchanged. When the live streaming and (video-on-demand) VOD service launched last September, it already had two signals produced by Viacom International Media Networks, Comedy Central, and Nickelodeon, …

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Streaming service like AMC, Discovery, Viacom and other launching streaming service soon

According to Wall Street Journal,Discovery, MC, A+E, Scripps Networks and Viacom are launching a streaming service that focuses on non sports channels in the next few weeks. The service is going to be priced at less than $20 and may include core networks of the programmers involved. The service will be run on Philo, a …

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Afrostream to Launch a SVOD Service for Francophone Africa

Afrostream, an OTT TV Platform that aims to be the Netflix for Afro-American and French films is all set for its major international expansion in 24 countries across French-speaking Africa. Afrostream will expand outside Europe as it is currently available in France, Belgium, Luxembourg, Switzerland and the French overseas DOM-TOMs only. The service offers a mix of Afro-American, African, Caribbean …

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Kids Drift more towards Linear TV: Study

According to a new research from Viacom, linear TV is still the most popular medium for kids to consume video content. The research states that kids around the world use an average of five sources to watch TV, and 90% of those surveyed state that they watch TV regularly. Consuming video on demand content from …

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