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Spotify may be launched in Thailand and Vietnam

Spotify may be extending its services to Asia. It is considering two music editors in Vietnam and Thailand. So that’s an indication that it may extend its services in Asian countries. As per sources, Spotify may expand to India as well and if that happens, it could give stiff competition to Gaana, Saavn, Google Music …

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Netflix and YouTube dominate Asia in Video Streaming

A recent study by ValuePenguin lists the top video streaming apps in Asia. This research is based on Apple App Store’s data that shows the number of downloads and revenue rankings of the most popular streaming apps in 13 Asian regions including India, Indonesia, Singapore, Malaysia, Vietnam, Thailand, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Philippines, Australia, China, Korea …

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International OTT platforms are gaining in Vietnam

According to Hoang Thinh TV Service Center in Vietnam, OTT TV everywhere services from various different countries such as Japan, South Korea, China, India, Russia, and Thailand are highly in demand and are performing really good. The company offers bundles of various foreign OTT platforms to the Vietnamese audience and stated that they had collected …

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iFlix launches SVOD Service in Myanmar and Vietnam

IFLIX has launches its revolutionary subscription video on demand OTT service in Myanmar and Vietnam. The new service is available on the website (www.iflix.com) as well as to be downloaded on smartphones via app, and can be used for one month as a free trial. The new video streaming service will give users unlimited access …

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JungoTV launches Omai TV throughout North America, Europe and Vietnam

JungoTV has announced the launch of a new video streaming platform Omai TV, which hosts some 5,000 hours of Vietnamese, Chinese and Korean programming available across North America, Europe and Vietnam regions. The new OTT platform comes in content partnerships with KBS, MBC and JTBC from Korea; ETTV from Taiwan; KVLA, VietTV 24, Viet Pho, Nguoi-Viet News …

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Asia gets a new OTT service – RugbyPass

A new OTT service RugbyPass is getting launched for the sports lovers throughout the entire Asia. The service will offer live and on-demand Rugby action in HD quality to the Rugby fans across Asia including the year-round action from International Test Matches, Super Rugby, the Rugby Championship and more on multiple internet-connected devices. RugbyPass is currently …

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PCCW Expands OTT Offerings to Vietnam

PCCW entertainment, a division of PCCW Media expands its OTT music streaming platform MOOV to Vietnam in order to expand its regional OTT presence. With this launch, PCCW also enters in partnership with Vietnamobile to offer 3G subscribers with unlimited access to its platform. The MOOV platform has been localized for Vietnam audience with new user interface, more local content having …

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A deeper look at the future of OTT Video Streaming Market in Asia

Asia, undoubtedly is a highly potential video streaming market. As with the booming technology and the internet penetration of 40.2%, it has peaked in $2,490 million revenue for the year 2016 and is expected to touch US $5,017 million by 2020. Let’s take a look deeper into the future of OTT TV and Video streaming …

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Reliance Jio declares readiness for 4G launch; imports IPTV STBs

According to the Q1 2017 presentation Reliance Industries Ltd (RIL) made to investors over the weekend, Relaince Jio’s Preview Offer for its 4G LTE services tests phase is doing very well. Reliance Jio officials announced that the company is ready to roll them out nationally, apart from four circles (these will take six to eight …

Vietnamese spend more time watching VOD

According to a report released by Nielsen, 78% of digital consumers reported watching TV content and movies via video-on-demand platforms and 67% of VOD subscribers claimed to stream VOD content every day. YouTube (97%), Facebook (81%) and nhaccuatui.com (56%) were known as the top three sources which consumers access for VOD content. As for VOD content, 83% used …

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