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Not Kidding : Netflix Is Planning To Stream News 16 October 2015

  Netflix had not finished explaining investors, subscribers and Street analysts about the slump in profits and a slow subscriber growth and now it has more explaining to do. Netflix’s top execs did drop a ‘hint’ about the video streaming platform pandering in to news programming and not  a lot of people were NOT impressed. The debate …

BBC Drops Hints Of Further Cost Cutting To Be Internet-Fit 09 October 2015

  In its response to a government paper on the U.K. public broadcaster’s charter review, it also underlines its desire to continue airing big entertainment shows and says it wants to be the “cornerstone of Britain’s creative industries. The BBC on Thursday outlined its plans to further reduce costs, by 20 percent over a five-year …

Netflix Is Going Hollywood On Its Own But Will It Survive? 29 September 2015

  Netflix is evolving into something that more closely resembles a movie studio, as it continues to shoot and produce more original TV shows and films itself, and reduce its reliance on outside companies for content. According to reports, the video streaming site is planning to film Chelsea Handler’s new talk show in Hollywood, having leased a production …

Muvi Studio API: Use REST API to Develop Custom Applications 11 September 2015

  We at Muvi are happy to announce the release of our own set of APIs that will allow developers, agencies, VAR’s and SI’s to build their own custom applications using Muvi’s Video Streaming Engine. The APIs will allow any developer to user Muvi’s Video Engine to upload, encode, transcode and deliver the videos and …

Denmark, European Film Distributors Get Tough on Popcorn Time Users! 08 April 2015

The surging popularity of online video streaming service Popcorn Time, which enables users to watch movies on the internet for free, has somehow shaken the Danish and other European movie industries that they are getting tough not on the app itself but those who shall be caught using it. The International Business Times has reported …

Yahoo Bets on TV-Style Comedies to Grow Its Video Business 19 March 2015

Yahoo’s U.S. video audience at that point was at 44.9 million unique monthly desktop users, up 2.7% from the year before, according to comScore. It wasn’t exactly languishing — but Wall Street was champing at the bit for Yahoo to show growth in the fast-growing video streaming service sector, as overall ad revenue continued to …

CAFDE reaches out to CRTC for helping foster growth of Feature Films in Canada by regulating OTT 10 March 2015

The Canadian Association of Film Distributors and Exporters (CAFDE) and one of its members, Elevation Pictures, told a House of Commons committee Monday that there is a role for the CRTC to play to spur demand for Canadian feature films, possibly through a quota system imposed on broadcasters or by bringing so-called over-the-top (OTT) video …

Print Media is preparing to go Over-The-Top 04 March 2015

Back in 2011, The Wall Street Journal was the first traditional publication to arrive on the Roku Streaming Player with its WSJ Live channel (which also landed that year on Apple TV and has since expanded to numerous other products). There are now 21 streaming Roku channels from magazine, #newspaper or digital-publishing brands. The latest …

Comcast’s NBC to start SVoD service to compete with CBS & HBO 04 March 2015

NBCUniversal confirms it is planning to launch a comedy based subscription based on-demand video streaming service later this year. The service is designed to appeal to viewers under 35 who are increasingly opting out of traditional pay-TV. Comedy is seen as a genre that appeals to those younger viewers. Last year #cbs launched CBS All Access, …

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