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Video Streaming Starz Play planning to expand Internationally

Video streaming service, Starz Play has planned to expand its reach across the international market. To make the streaming service available beyond the MENA region, Starz has decided to grow a stronger integration with Lionsgate. On this integration, the CEO of Lionsgate, Jon Feltheimer, has stated, this will let Starz “scale effectively across multiple territories …

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ESPN+ soaring high with 2 Million+ Subscribers

Disney-owned streaming service ESPN+ has clocked more than 2 million subscribers in less than a year after the launch. Launched in April 2018, the channel added over 1 million subscribers within September. The huge growth has come in the later part of the year. According to Disney, the 5-years agreement with UFC has led to …

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BBC & Discovery to launch SVoD Platform in Partnership: Sources

The media giants BBC and Discovery are reportedly planning to sign a deal to launch a subscription-based video streaming service. This channel will be streaming contents from the history and wildlife programming libraries of the broadcasters. According to reports, Discovery is going to own this SVoD service with the BBC’s license to stream its entire …

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Flix Snip partners with Rostelecom to launch Short-Form VoD Service in Russia

The global video streaming service Flix Snip has collaborated with the National Telecommunications Operator of Russia, Rostelecom, in order to launch a premium short-form content service. Flix Snip has planned to stream around 200 short-length movies at the beginning of the new video platform. They have also decided to add 20 fresh films and series …

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The UK is declining TV Licenses for Video Streaming Services

A recent report has claimed that around 860,000 Britishers have canceled their costly TV licenses in the last two years because of the popularity of Netflix and the likes. The TV licensing expansion on 798,000 users had stopped from 2016. According to statistics, about 2,300 users are canceling their licenses every day in the UK. …

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Apple to soon launch its Video Streaming Platform

In the mid of April 2019, Apple will, reportedly, be launching its own video streaming service. In terms of contents, the tech giant will have its own productions along with videos from HBO, Starz etc. Sources have revealed that Apple’s streaming service will be available on its TV app. Though there is no information on …

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WeChat planning to step into the OTT World

WeChat is planning to launch a video streaming service to increase user engagement. The popular OTT messaging platform has decided to do this so that the platform can become livelier. The first step of this launch is adding the video streaming feature to the platform to let users record events and share them in real …

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BBC to launch VoD Service to compete with US Streaming Giants

The BBC will supposedly be launching video streaming service in collaboration with European public service broadcasters to compete with the US VoD giants such as Netflix, Amazon Prime Video etc. In the US, BBC is already streaming British contents with Britbox, an SVoD service running jointly with commercial network ITV. Though BBC has not yet …

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Canal+ to relaunch their SVOD Service CanalPlay

CanalPlay, the SVoD service of French pay-TV group Canal+, is planning to relaunch very soon. This time, CanalPlay will focus on documentaries and TV shows to attract more young audience. One can stream their contents with a monthly subscription fee of €10. According to reports, this video-on-demand service will get revitalized in the OTT market …

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Record-Breaking Hike on Home Entertainment Expenditure for Streaming Services

The subscription streaming services along with TVOD (Transactional Video-On-Demand) has made consumers set a new record in home entertainment in 2018. Last year, consumers had spent a total of $23.3 billion on home entertainment which is calculated to be a 11.5% hike from 2017. SVOD (Subscription Video-On-Demand) services, especially Netflix, Amazon Prime Video, and Hulu, …

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