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YouTube Premium now available in 7 European countries

After rolling out expansions in South Africa, India, and most of South America, YouTube Premium is now made available to users in further 7 countries of Europe that include Bulgaria, Hungary, Cyprus, North Macedonia, Czech Republic, Romania, and Poland. With this expansion strategy, YouTube is mainly eyeing to reach a wider audience in European countries. …

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YouTube app soon to be available on Amazon Fire TV Devices

Keeping all the feuds aside, Amazon and Google finally decide to integrate the YouTube app on the Fire TV platforms. With this development, millions of viewers who stream video content online using Fire TV Stick and YouTube will be highly benefited. Earlier in 2017, both the tech firms raised various disputes over the removal of …

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YouTube Star PewDiePie Partners with Blockchain-based Live Streaming Platform

PewDiePie, world’s largest independent content creator with more than 100 million YouTube subscribers, partners with DLive – the blockchain-based live streaming platform, for exclusive livestreaming of weekly shows. As per the reports, the livestreaming of PewDiePie’s weekly shows will start from April 14 and will be exclusively available on DLive’s website as well as apps. …

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YouTube Music can now be streamed through Sonos App

From this week onwards, users can use the music streaming service of YouTube without playing videos with the Sonos system. This benefit is made to be available for the premium customers only. The respective app will let YouTube users play different playlists, albums, songs, along with several radio stations. This service is going to be …

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Streaming Time upsurges by 140% in 2018

Users are spending 140% more time on video streaming apps in compared to that of 2016, according to a 2018 report. The research is suggestive of the change in consumption habits from television and desktop to mobile viewing. Except for China, YouTube is dominating the rest of the world in terms of streaming content consumption …

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Facebook introduces Charitable Live Streaming Tools for Gaming Streamers

Social media giant, Facebook unveiled its newly-developed suite of charitable live streaming tools. With the tools, creators can run fundraisers, set and change donation goals, show their viewers a donation progress bar, and overlay donation alerts in their live streams and chats. The features are currently available to a select group of U.S.-based gamers and …

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How to Create an Awesome Video Website

Plunged into the world of video making, but with little information on selling videos online. You have been creating videos for a while and have a fan following, and some occasional troll. Does that sound like you? Online viewers rapidly have an interest in the need of original content and it has made you realize …

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Streaming subscription service YouTube Premium makes debut in seven countries

Paid streaming subscription service, YouTube Music Premium and YouTube Premium have gone live in seven new countries, marking its presence felt in 25 global markets. Previously known as YouTube Red, YouTube Premium provides users access to ad-free video streaming services. Launched in June, YouTube Premium is expected to cost  $11.99 per month, and is expected …

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Ad supported platform YouTube Originals goes live in India

Google owned video streaming platform, YouTube is all set to bring its YouTube Originals to India. The India Originals will be YouTube’s ad-supported video platform. But on later stage, an ad-free subscription service, YouTube Premium might get launched. The recent rise of online streaming platforms such as Amazon, Hotstar and Netflix, among Indian audiences have …

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OTT spend set to propel video and global TV spendings to $559BN by 2022

According to reports, the global consumer and advertising spend on TV and video is predicted to rise to $559 billion in 2022, up from $490 billion in 2017. The revenue generated from over-the-top services such as YouTube, Facebook, iflix, iTunes, Netflix, Google Play, Amazon Prime Video, DirecTV Now, Hulu, NOW TV, and other online video …

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