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Presto lines up HBO, Showtime shows for SVOD 16 December 2014

The Foxtel/Network 7 joint venture Presto Entertainment has agreed content deals with HBO and Showtime for its new Australian subscription video-on-demand (SVOD) service. HBO hit TV shows The Sopranos, Entourage, The Wire, True Blood and Boardwalk Empire, along with Girls, Veep, Band of Brothers and The Pacific, will be available exclusively via online streaming platform in …

Third of Norwegians Take Up Subscription VOD 16 December 2014

Strong growth over the last twelve months has placed Norway at ‘the digital forefront’. Subscription video on demand in Norway has now been taken up by a third of homes. Norway has the highest SVOD penetration in the Nordic region with 730,000 such subscriptions. Norwegian SVOD households have 1.6 subscriptions which show the strength of consumer interest for online video services. …

TVN, T-Mobile Polska Partner To Launch SVOD Service 11 December 2014

Poland’s leading commercial free-to-air TV firms, TVN, has announced a partnership with its telco counterparts, T-Mobile Polska, to launch a new subscription video-on-demand (SVOD) service. Targeted at the operator’s new and existing residential customers, at launch the offering will for the first time feature live TVN programmes as well as a selection of local and international …

ZAP taps ARRIS for nDVR, VOD 11 December 2014

ZAP, a television service provider in sub-Saharan Africa, has chosen the APEX3000 from ARRIS Group to enable delivery of its network DVR (nDVR) and video on demand services. Service providers like ZAP face increasing demand for narrowcast channels to support growing consumer entertainment desires, such as expanded VOD libraries and nDVR, and APEX3000 increases channel capacity …

Oz VOD Service Stan Announce SBS Content Coup 11 December 2014

Stan, the new video-on-demand service from Australia’s StreamCo Media, has signed a deal with public broadcaster SBS for rights to stream a raft of international films and TV series. Stan has already sealed a deal with Sony, which involves the streaming rights to the Breaking Bad prequel Better Call Saul and the critically acclaimed Amazon drama …

Feelmakers.com Target Spanish-Language VOD Market 11 December 2014

Founded in Spain but targeting Spanish-speakers everywhere, the VOD platform Feelmakers is split into three channels: Feeldocs which covers documentaries, Feelshorts for short movies and Feeltoons showing animation. Through HD streaming, the platform also looks to deliver movies not shown on the commercial circuit despite having won awards. The platform, which is available for computers, tablets, smartphones and …

Canal+ Series Changes VOD Habbits 11 December 2014

A year after Canal+ launched the premium channel, series have become the most downloaded content on Yomvi, the company’s VOD and online video platform. Almost half the downloads are of the 1,200-plus series which are available via the service. The series are consumed 70% more on-demand than when first broadcast, indicating audience demand for more …

Amazon Prime Instant Forays into 4K With Four Movies & Four Shows 10 December 2014

Amazon is finally letting its Prime Instant subscribers stream content in 4K, but the catalogue is remarkably small. Prime Instant starts off with just four 4K movies i.e. Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon, Funny Girl, Hitch and Philadelphia.  Amazon will also stream three of its own original shows as well as one BBC America show and a Lady Gaga concert …

HBO Outsources Streaming Service to MLBAM 10 December 2014

HBO had announced that it would sell them a new streaming service that wouldn’t be part of a traditional cable bundle but would compete with Netflix’s video service. At the time, many assumed that the service would be based on HBO Go, the network’s existing TV Everywhere service for cable subscribers. However HBO’s leadership decided to outsource the development of …

Netflix Wants To Be Everywhere in The World in Five Years 10 December 2014

Netflix wants to be present all around the world before 2020. Netflix stepped up its international expansion this year by entering six new markets in Europe, including France and Germany. It has also announced to get launched in Australia and New Zealand coming April. That launch will bring the number of countries that Netflix is available in …

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