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Swisscom launches Teleclub Play flat-rate IPTV, Mobile Service

Swisscom has launched Teleclub Play a new flat-rate IPTV and mobile video offering. The service will offer all Swisscom TV 2.0 customers access to more than 5,000 films, TV programmes and sporting events from their home or on the move. International series will include Breaking Bad, The Walking Dead, Lost and The Big C while films …

Russian VOD Market Booms

In Russia, video-on-demand services have come to replace home video distributed on physical media. Changes in state support for the film industry, plus more and more financing in the form of loans by the country’s cinema fund have contributed to a rapidly advancing VOD market as per a survey. Get your own Video Streaming Platform up and …

Fuhu Launches Kids-Focused OTT Service

  Fuhu has unveiled the nabi Pass, a $4.99 per month subscription service created and curated specifically for kids ranging from 3-14. It offers an array of mixed media content from movies, television shows and short form videos, to apps, games and e-books. Fuhu content partners include National Geographic Kids, DreamWorks Animation and Cupcake Digital. The …

Colombia’s VOD to Rocket Over The Next Three Years

Nearing 1.5 million subs by 2018, Colombia’s video-on-demand (VOD) market is growing through the coming years from the current 260,000 subscriptions. New market operators and infrastructure improvements in the country’s telecoms will power the on-demand services growth. Colombia along with Argentina is the third-largest VOD market in Latin America, after Mexico and Brazil. As well as in the …

Americans Ditch traditional TV, Stream more Internet-based Video

Americans are increasingly watching TV shows and movies on Netflix, Hulu, Amazon streaming and other services. CBS and HBO have announced standalone streaming services as well. About 45 percent of Americans stream television shows at least once a month. That number is expected to increase to 53 percent or 175 million people by 2018. Content is …

Are TV Channel Mobile Apps The Future Of Television?

Imagine, in the 2016 Olympics at Rio, Usain Bolt is getting ready for a sprint to record a hat-trick of gold medals and you are enjoying it on your mobile phone in office. Yes, uninterrupted streaming of TV channels on your mobile is not far away. Live streaming content based Mobile apps are going to be …

Brand New Media and TV5 to launch Internet TV in Philippines

Content marketing firm Brand New Media and broadcast network TV5 have made a deal to launch multi channel Internet TV in the Philippines, to go live in February 2015. Named 4ME, this brand new media platform will feature original content, produced both in the Philippines and internationally, for a network of lifestyle channels covering food, …

Chromecast surpasses Apple TV in Video Streaming Market

A new report by The Wall Street Journal indicates that Chromecast has surpassed Apple TV in video streaming, to become the second most popular streaming device in United States. Market research company, Parks Associates was responsible for the survey, that covered a span of 10,000 homes in United States. Each home had a broadband internet connection, with the …

Amazon to Launch First Live-Action Kids Series

Amazon will launch its first live-action kid series before Christmas on its Prime Instant SVOD service in the UK and Germany.  The show was one of five kid series ordered by Amazon late last year and is the streaming service’s first original live-action kid project. The show follows the lives of three quirky suburban teens who live …

Bell undercuts Netflix with CraveTV

Canadian Telco and TV firm Bell is undercutting Netflix with its C$4 (US$3.52) a month OTT service, CraveTV. Bell claims that Crave will complement traditional TV “as an additive service featuring exclusive and premium programming, all at affordable price”.  Bell has been aggressively acquiring for Crave, buying Hollywood film and TV series, UK drama as well …

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