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Multi-screen video delivery is what will kill the TV

Call it cord cutting. Or call it the rise of online video streaming platforms. Whatever you call it, traditional #tv viewing has slipped dramatically among viewers between the ages of 18 and 34. Fresh ratings numbers from The #nielsen Co. (as reported by the New York Post) show that TV usage dropped 10.6% between last September …

Go cable-free, choose VOD : Max Byres, BrandPost

The FCC’s most recent #report on the cost of cable found that the price of expanded basic cable service increased by 5.1 percent in 2012, and additional reports show that those prices have continued to rise, unabated, ever since. Millions of consumers are now cutting the cord that provides television services while keeping the one that …

VOD sales rocket past DVD and Blu-Ray in Belgium

For the first time, #vod and EST business exceeded that sale and rental of physical media (DVD and Blu-ray) in Belgium during 2014. According to figures published by the Belgian Entertainment Association (BEA), based on research by GfK, electronic sales and rentals (all forms of VOD) have reached €130 million, an increase of over 16% compared …

Ridley Scott’s Halo : Nightfall moves from XBOX to VOD

“Halo: Nightfall,”  is an original feature-length film executive produced by Ridley Scott, will soon be available for purchase via Blu-ray, DVD, and most importantly, video streaming platforms. Developed by Microsoft’s 343 Industries, “Nightfall” is set between the events of “Halo 4″ and the upcoming “Halo 5: Guardians” video games. It follows top agent Jameson Locke and his …

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White Spaces : Exploring new dimensions for OTT in India

India could soon have access to incredibly cheap high-speed wireless internet delivered over the last mile without wires, if a Microsoft project that taps unused wireless spectrum to provide free internet to rural regions receives Govt. clearance. Microsoft’s tech uses the unused buffer frequencies — “white spaces” — between TV channels to carry data. In India, these spaces end up being …

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