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NFL, Facebook agree clips deal

NFL, Facebook agree clips deal

The National Football League and Facebook have agreed a multiyear deal to deliver official NFL video and other types of content to fans around the world. The NFL will publish…

iPlayer adds ‘From the Archive’ category

iPlayer adds ‘From the Archive’ category

The BBC has added a new category – From the Archive – to its iPlayer streaming service. Some 450 programmes from the BBC’s vast archive are available at launch, including…

Study: Mobile viewing drives better experience demand

Digital video consumption is viral and, according to a new study released by IBM and IBC, with more than half of the 21,000 consumers surveyed using mobiles every day to…

Harmonic: Well-placed for OTT boom

Video delivery technology and services specialist Harmonic has declared itself well- placed to work with its broadcaster customers seeking to offer OTT services in addition to their linear services. Outlining…

Sony’s POP Fun on Freesat, YouView, BRAVIA TVs

Sony Pictures Television Networks has announced that POP Fun, its 7-day catch-up service for its portfolio of kids channels, will now be accessible via YouView on Sony BRAVIA Android TVs…

BBC Three chief hails online success

Damian Kavanagh, Controller, BBC Three, has declared that the service’s move to online from a linear channel has been a success, noting that BBC Three has more than doubled its…

Millennials watch more time-shifted content than live TV

Millennials watch more time-shifted content than live TV

Millennials (ages 18-34) watch more time-shifted content through self-recording or on-demand (55 per cent) than live TV (45 per cent), according to a study from the Consumer Technology Association (CTA).…

Blaze content for My5

Blaze content for My5

Channel 5’s VoD catch-up service, My5, has agreed a deal with A+E Networks UK to offer content from the Blaze channel. My5 is home to the most popular programming from…

iPlayer mobile and tablet requests increase YoY

New crime drama series In The Dark was July’s top programme on BBC iPlayer. The first episode was made available from July 11th, and received 1.6 million requests over the…

Survey: Australians watching more TV/video content

According to Kimberly Chang, Technology, Media and Telecommunications (TMT) Leader at consulting firm Deloitte, the demise of media is an oft-told story, but Deloitte’s 2017 Media Consumer Survey shows that…