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Video on-demand view on rise among UK preteens

According to research reports, around 94% of Britain kids aged between eight to 19 have direct access to video streaming services such as Amazon Prime Video and Netflix. More kids in the region are turning to video-on demand for their entertainment needs. The reports also states that 34% of preteens in the region are likely …

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SVOD Platform Movistar Play reaches 1 million subscription base

Movistar Play, the OTT platform of Telefonica Perú has registered 1 million subscriber base in 2 years of its launch. The streaming app has been downloaded by 1.1 million times and currently has 1 million subscribers under its belt becoming the leader of internet video platform in the Peruvian market. Movistar Play delivers on-demand and …

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Eros Now inks deal With FashionTV

Eros International, has formed a partnership with leading fashion and lifestyle channel, FashionTV (“FTV”). Through this collaboration, Eros Now becomes the first OTT player to enter into the fashion and lifestyle segment by providing subscribers access to FTV’s 12+ Live TV Channels and 145+ hours of VOD content. FTV, the 20-year-old global satellite TV network, …

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BT extends partnership with UKTV for enhanced selection of VOD shows

UK telecom group, BT has announced a long term partnership with UKTV for enhancing catch-up VoD offering for its TV customers. UKTV has a vast portfolio of channels including Gold, W, Alibi, and Eden. with this deal, users can get access to UKTV’s pay channels on the BT TV service and more content will be …

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OTT service platform iKOFLiX goes live globally

Global end-to-end service provider for broadcasters and content owners, iKO Media Group has launched its own over-the-top service, iKOFLiX. iKOFLix delivers services such as live streaming, video on demand storage and internet radio to worldwide clients. It allows clients to distribute audio, video and other media services to their customers via streaming media as a …

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Music streaming company iHeartMedia all set to acquire Stuff Media

Leading audio streaming company in America, iHeartMedia has signed a strategic deal to acquire Stuff Media, LLC, a leading publisher of entertaining and informative podcast content. With this deal, iHeartMedia can leverage Stuff Media’s original content, programming and experienced podcasting management team to further expand its podcasting platform, increase its position as commercial podcast publisher …

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HOOQ targets Indian territory, plans to double investment on online video content

Singapore based video-on-demand streaming service HOOQ is looking to double its India investments as it focuses primarily on English premium video content. The recent growth of Indian OTT video market has prompted many VOD platforms like Netflix and Amazon Prime to invest on original content. According to research reports, India is expected to be among …

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OTT subscriptions go up annually in Australia

According to research reports, the Australian subscription on-demand market continues its upsurge. It has reached a strong base of 9.1 subscribers at the end of June 2018, with an increase of 54%. In the same period, SVOD revenues grew up to 90% for the Australian region. The report forecasts that Australians are expected to hold …

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Discovery moves closer to launch online streaming service

Global mass media and entertainment company, Discovery Communications is planning to launch its own streaming Platform to widen its consumer base. Following its acquisition of Sсripps Networks Interасtive in Mаrсh, Discovery is most likely to target the growing direct-to-consumer video subscription market. David Zaslav, CEO, Discovery quoted at an industry event, “The company is considering …

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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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