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Video-on-Demand (VoD) Not a Novelty But the Norm of Entertainment Industry Today 10 December 2014

As the world ushers towards the second half of the decade, the rise of the digital age has seen a revolution in many industries and has changed the way people view, behave and interact with the real world. Internet-of-things (IoT) is a reality, first our phones became smarter and then TV, followed by Houses and …

US TV Audiences Decline as SVOD Ramps Up 09 December 2014

Viewership for US TV networks is dropping across the board. Subscription VOD on the other hand, like Netflix, Amazon Prime and Hulu Plus, increased by around 12 minutes per day in the same period. Why drive traffic to 3rd party Video sites like YouTube and Vimeo? Launch your OWN Video Streaming or VoD Platform with the …

Content Monetisation in Netflix Age 09 December 2014

Netflix’s widespread acceptance and consumer-friendly technology have formed another chapter in the chronicles of digital customer expectations. Next-generation technologies designed to enable content portability and drive revenue fuel top- and bottom-line growth by supporting more scalable, agile, and extensible ways of doing business. Creative merchandising, multiple delivery options, and convenient payment channels can be integrated easily …

Africa’s IPTV Base to Hit 1.57 Million by 2018 End 09 December 2014

Strong Internet protocol TV (IPTV) take-up in Nigeria will spur the continent’s rise in paid subscription by 482% to 1.57 million by the end of 2018 as per report. Nigeria is forecast to sustain 675,000 IPTV subscribers by the end of 2018, due in part to fibre-to-the-home (FTTH) deployment by companies such as IPNX which hopes …

Swisscom launches Teleclub Play flat-rate IPTV, Mobile Service 09 December 2014

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 09 December 2014

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 08 December 2014

  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 08 December 2014

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 08 December 2014

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? 08 December 2014

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 …

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