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SonyLIV partners with Planetcast for sports live streaming service

Video on Demand platform SonyLIV has partnered with digital broadcast technology provider Planetcast Pictures Networks India for offering sports live streaming services. Planetcast provides professional grade services for streaming media to audiences of various sizes as well as a variety of devices. After successful broadcast of the FIFA World Cup 2018 on SonyLIV, Planetcast will …

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Playmaker Media collaborates with NESN to launch live streaming platform

Playmaker Media and NESN collaborate together to relaunch updated version of NESNgo, a live streaming platform. NESNgo offers NESN’s award-winning sports programming to NESN subscribers. The live streaming service is currently available via updated NESNgo app in the iOS and Android app stores. Owned by NBC Sports Group and operated by NBC Sports Digital, Playmaker …

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OTT platform Cosmote TV GO goes live

Cosmote TV, the Greek pay-TV service owned by telecommunication operator OTE has launched Cosmote TV GO, an OTT Platform which will be available in a total of three packs. The packs include Cosmote TV GO Documentaries, Cinema, and Sports costing €5, €10 and €25 a month respectively. The SVOD platform is accessible through any fixed …

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Rise of video on demand subscribers in Iran

According to reports, more people in Iran are willing to subscribe to video on demand services. subscribers have spent 1.154 billion minutes watching videos using VOD services. The rise of online streaming platforms such as Amazon prime, Hulu and Netflix, original content consumption, and ability to stream the favorite show anytime have led the VOD …

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Pantaflix introduces global VOD platform

German media company Pantaflix Technologies is expanding its global reach through launch of its VOD platform, Pantaflix. Video-on-demand service Pantaflix will be available on Apple TV and users can use its new features. Stefan Langefeld, CEO, Pantaflix AG quoted, “We’re confident that Pantaflix’s availability as an Apple TV app presents a formidable opportunity to gain …

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Altice integrates Netflix into its cloud-based platform

Altice has announced the availability of its cloud-based platform for all customers including Altice One. This means Netflix will be accessed directly by Altice’s customers from the platform’s user interface. The cloud-based platform substitutes the traditional cable box and allows double- and triple-play customers to access a variety of applications including online streaming services such …

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Redbox To Start On-Demand Video Service

Redbox, the kiosk-based movie and TV show rental service is set to launch a digital video-on-demand (VoD) a la carte service. The service is now in beta testing and will allow consumers to rent or buy a single movie or TV show through a transactional video-on-demand (TVoD) model. The service will be priced at $3.99 …

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Australian musicians reaping handsome revenue owing to the growth in Spotify and Apple Music users.

Australian and New Zealand artists earned $62 million in royalties from online streaming in the year to date. According to APRA AMCOS, that’s a 127 percent increase and is majorly driven by distribution on digital platforms and growth in the number of subscribers. Richard Mallett, head of revenue at APRA AMCOS, said, ”Video on demand …

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Catchplay rolls out video-on-demand services in Singapore

Catchplay is all set to launch an app for over-the-top video streaming service in Singapore in a partnership with country’s local cable TV operator Starhub. “The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 2”, “Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice” and “Spotlight” are some Hollywood titles lying with Catchplay during launch. The service was first launched in Taiwan …

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Which are UK’s favourite TV on-demand services?

According to a recent Communications Market Report by Ofcom, 6 out of 10 UK’s TV audience chooses ‘video on demand’ services for watching TV. BBC iPlayer stayed on top by acquiring 32% audience in second half of 2015, the share was 31% in 2014. On-demand Sky services are second to score in this list by …

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