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Barclays likely to double its SVoD media investment

Leading financial services company, Barclays has shifted its focus on investing funds for video on demand platform in order to assist the British Production firms to develop original content for video streaming platforms like Amazon and Netflix. Established originally in March 2017, the fund has now been doubled to £200 million. Production media companies to …

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Muvi files patent for Muvi Onyx: A Technology that provides Customized and Instant Preview of Mobile App in Near Real-Time

Emma, a yoga instructor from Philadelphia is all set to foray into the world of streaming. She is excited about her new video channel where she will guide her more than 12K Instagram followers about yoga, meditation, nutritional information, and other health tips. However, she is cluelessly stuck for the last 3 months with the …

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SVOD revenue to clock $35 billion in 2018

The popularity of OTT services has sky-rocketed across 138 countries as the SVOD revenue set for a humongous $35 billion in 2018. The number is $10 billion more than what it was last year. Research also suggests that there will be 474 million SVOD subscriptions globally by end of 2018. While the US expectedly grabbed …

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Comcast plans to roll out new video streaming platform for broadband-only customers

Global telecommunications conglomerate, Comcast is planning to launch its own video streaming platform for broadband-only customers. The video streaming app will allow users to aggregate certain streaming platforms, such as Amazon Video and Netflix. Comcast, the owner of NBCUniversal, is planning to launch the new platform next year. The newly developed product is supposed to …

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Video streaming platform Kanopy agrees for licensing deal with HBO Documentary Films

Leading video streaming platform, Kanopy signs licensing deal with HBO Documentary Films for providing in-demand films, world cinema, documentaries, and exclusive collections to a growing fanbase. Currently, available to members of Kanopy’s partnered educational institutions across the U.S. and Canada for free, Kanopy’s huge video collection showcases tens of thousands of feature films, children’s television …

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Golf-Discovery, and PGA Tour unveil video streaming platform

Leading pay TV operator Discovery Golf and PGA Tour have introduced a live and on-demand video streaming platform which will allow fans to get access to 150 tournaments annually. The new video streaming platform, GOLFTV will be launched on Jan 1 outside the US territory. GOLFTV is likely to carry more than 2,000 hours of …

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Costco might launch new VoD service

American multinational retail corporation, Costco is planning to join the streaming bandwagon. The wholesale giant is reportedly considering providing an video on-demand service. The VoD service will be free for “executive” level members. The information reports that the retail group is in talks with “at least” two video streaming providers. However, this isn’t the first …

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NBC Universal unveils user-based OTT video streaming service

American multinational media conglomerate, NBCUniversal International is launching an OTT video streaming service that rewards users for watching content. The over-the-top video streaming service, WatchBack targets mobile users with free access to social media topics and newly released TV shows. Andrew Hanna, VP of Insights and Strategy, NBC Universal quoted, “The long-term goal of WatchBack …

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SVOD service ZEE5 goes global

ZEE5, the SVOD platform of Zee Enterprises is available across 190 countries, a scale on which only OTT giants such as Netflix and Prime Video are operating. The video streaming platform will have a presence on all the leading platforms such as web, Android, and iOS etc. Also, as per sources, very soon it will …

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Video streaming platform Netflix and Amazon spark UK TV boom

According to research reports, the British TV production sector has witnessed a boost in content consumption thanks to number of programs commissioned by online video streaming platform such as Amazon Prime and Netflix. Netflix and Amazon Prime have altogether spent a total of £150m last year in the UK. The rapid rise of streaming devices, …

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