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OTT Industry Trends to Look Out in 2019 29 January 2019

  2018 packed itself up with some fascinating moves. Steered by original content, the OTT industry witnessed some cool rivalry among video streaming platforms, not-so-cool business acquisitions by bigger players, promising growth in subscription numbers and the emergence of regional players challenging the industry elites.   But 2018 has not taken away all the charm …

Recommendation of Netflix Shows through Instagram Stories 24 January 2019

The updated version of the video streaming platform Netflix lets the iOS users share their favorite movies or shows on Instagram stories. Experts are assuming this up-gradation to go in favor of binge-watching Netflix. On your Insta stories, you can also add comments or animations for the content. The story will also carry a link …

VoD Service black welcoming users to subscription with Free Trial 22 January 2019

South Africa’s video streaming platform, black, is offering new users a 7-day free trial to its premium subscription package “Binge Elite”. Subscribers can get access to all the contents on this streaming channel, more than 60 live TV channels, and 8 FOX channels on Binge Elite. The only exception from this package are the movies …

IMDb soon to launch Free Video Streaming Service Freedive 11 January 2019

Amazon-owned IMDb is soon coming up with their free video streaming service Freedive. Users will be able to stream contents of this platform on either IMDb website or Amazon Fire TV devices. Freedive will have an ad-based model. Thus experts are expecting Freedive to compete powerfully against its competitors, such as the upcoming VoD channels …

Hopster partners with Roku for SVoD streaming 10 January 2019

The partnership between Roku and Hopster, the preschool educational SVoD service, is getting extended. Now, Hopster contents can be streamed on the new premium subscription service of Roku – The Roku Channel. There are already hundreds of apps available from Roku including Hopster. With the newly added subscription services in The Roku Channel, viewers will …

Self-Censorship – Netflix & Amazon Prime Video continues Rivalry 08 January 2019

Despite being an independent video streaming platform, Amazon Prime Video is giving utmost value to Indian Film Censorship. The adult Hindi movies are being self-censored by Amazon for a family-friendly viewing. On the contrary, Netflix is competing with Amazon Prime Video here as well. Where Amazon has a shorter length for the adult Hindi movies, …

VoD Platform Jio Cinema inks Deal with Disney India 02 January 2019

Reliance Jio has made an agreement with Disney to provide the Jio Cinema subscribers with video-on-demand services. A source from JioCinema shed light on the collaboration and said that the all-time favorite stories are going to appear on the streaming platform. The list of videos includes Disney classics, favorites from Pixar, international shows, and even …

RTVE to launch SVOD service in the US 27 December 2018

Spanish public broadcaster RTVE is all set to launch an SVOD service, RTVE Play, in the US early next year. The platform will cater to a selection of TV series, movies, and programmes through a monthly subscription fee, and will be available in the US, Canada, and Latin America. The video streaming platform will be …

SHAREit join hands with Hungama Play to broaden the content offering 27 December 2018

Online content sharing platform SHAREit inks deal with Hungama Play, a video-on-demand (VOD) platform owned by Hungama. Through this collaboration, SHAREit can offer Hungama Play to its users, allowing them to enjoy Hungama Play’s SVOD (subscription video on demand) and AVOD (ad-based video on demand) content archive. SHAREit users will have access to explore a …

Star India goes OTT-only in the US 19 December 2018

Star India will soon go digital-only in the US through its OTT platform Hotstar. As a result of which all of its networks will soon to move to the video streaming platform and it won’t be available on Dish TV, Sling TV, Comcast, and Verizon.   Assuming that cord-cutter numbers will only to decrease across …

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