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Pac-12 partners with Amazon for new OTT service

US college sport’s Pacific-12 Conference (Pac-12) is building its own OTT service as part of its strategic deal with ecommerce giant Amazon. Artificial Intelligence tools from Amazon Web Services are being used to develop the cloud-based solutions capable of understanding digital demand. The deal also includes creating of Video-on-demand content as well as OTT streaming …

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Viacom introduces Paramount SVoD in Poland

Viacom International Media Networks is all set to introduce a Paramount-branded SVoD service in Central and Eastern Europe (CEE) for the first time. The subscription video on demand service will be unveiled in Poland this month with cable TV distributor Toya and mobile operator Play, under the name Paramount Play. Bartosz Witak, Senior VP and …

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Bonnier Broadcasting partners with Paywizard to boost OTT TV subs growth

Bonnier Broadcasting, part of Bonnier the Nordic region’s leading media company collaborates with Paywizard to boost growth of its subscription-based OTT services. With this partnership, Bonnier will be able to use Paywizard’s Agile platform to help grow its C More OTT service. The Swedish broadcaster aims to expand its pay-per-view, SVOD, and ad-based VOD services …

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Nickelodeon Japan and MTV MIX to debut on Prime Video

Viacom International Media Network (VIMN) has signed a deal with OTT giant Amazon Prime Video which will see Nickelodeon Japan and MTV MIX debuting on Prime Video channels. Both channels were launched last year in Japan but only on OTT platforms. The channel distribution gets effective from 3rd July. Mark Whitehead, President and Managing Director, …

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Roku aims to continue growth momentum

Roku had a phenomenal year in 2017 where it clocked a whopping 19 million active users, up from the 16.7 million at the end of the third quarter. A major share of this feat goes to its strong foothold in the smart TV market where it is currently a leading streaming operating system for TV …

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VOD and Fibre-optic Internet subscription boost parallelly in Kenya

Following the aggressive investment in expanding internet connection to Kenyan households, fiber-optic internet subscriptions almost tripled in 2017. The growing residential fiber connections have been associated with the advent of over-the-top content providers in Kenya. VOD services have been growing in Kenya and currently, Showmax, iFlix, iROKOtv, and Amazon Prime Video have a prominent presence …

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Amazon Prime Video launch application for Android TV devices

Amazon has decided to release the Prime Video app for Google’s Android TV platform, following their app release for Apple TV. The Prime Video app was available only on the NVIDIA Shield TV. Its APK could not be sideloaded to Android TV devices either, which meant users could not access Prime Video content on their …

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Netflix tops the list of VoD services in Netherlands

According to the latest study from Multiscope, the Dutch audience watched an aggregate of 472 million minutes of Netflix per day throughout 2017. With this, the watch duration for VoD (Video-on-Demand) content has overtaken that of linear television in the country. At 472 million viewing minutes a day, Netflix accounts for a staggering 32% of …

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Fox launches NatGeo VOD service in Europe and Africa

21st Century Fox has revealed plans to launch a National Geographic VOD service in some countries across Europe and Africa in 2018. However, the company hasn’t spoken about the exact launch date and the price. Having collaborated with telcos, National Geographic+ will launch next year in South Africa, Denmark, and Greece. The company said more …

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Amazon and Netflix lead VOD market in Germany

The paid video-on-demand (VOD) market of Germany is growing steadily with services such as Amazon Prime Video, Netflix, maxdome, and Sky Ticket being the top players in the segment. According to German consultancy and research group Goldmedia, Amazon Prime Video is the market leader with a viewer share of 30.4% followed by Netflix with 21.4%; …

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