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Sky Anytime+ pull VOD

Sky Anytime+, Sky’s new Internet delivered VOD service, is to begin rolls-out to Sky+HD homes this week with STBs connecting to the Sky Broadband network to access a comprehensive on-demand…

Youku, Disney content deal

Youku, Disney content deal

Youku, China’s largest video hosting site, has partnered with Disney to begin streaming the studio’s TV shows.  The videos are subtitled in Chinese. The agreement with Disney comes as Chinese…

Research: iPlayer tops usability chart

Research: iPlayer tops usability chart

A report from user experience consultancy Webcredible says that the BBC iPlayer is leading major UK broadcasters in the VoD usability stakes with a score of 88 per cent, followed…

du and On Demand ink deal with MBC

On Demand Group have completed a deal with MBC to provide hundreds of hours of Arabic TV content to UAE’s integrated telecom service provider du’s VOD TV service. In the…

Mobistar TV on Astra

SES Astra has announced that the Belgian telecom provider Mobistar has launched a new “Mobistar TV” offer that will include digital and HD TV channels received from the Astra satellites.…

37% of younger Netflix users cutting cord

Netflix subscribers aged 25 to 34 have cancelled their pay-TV services in favor of Netflix’s streaming service, according to a survey of about 250 subscribers conducted by Credit Suisse. Another…

Oregan to launch Onyx HD Internet media player

Oregan Networks, a developer of media browsing technologies for television, has announced imminent launch of the Onyx STB manufactured by Korea-based Consumer Electronics brand Digital Streams. The new device offers…

New iPlayer bugs

The new-look BBC iPlayer has attracted thousands of posts to the catch-up service’s message boards, with a huge number claiming the new version is riddled with bugs that are causing…

Canvas becomes YouView

Canvas becomes YouView

Following its incorporation as YouView TV Ltd at the end of last week, Project Canvas, the proposed joint venture between the BBC, ITV, BT, Channel 4, Channel 5, Talk Talk…

Arqiva to license VOD solution

  Communications infrastructure and media services company Arqiva has confirmed that it will begin licensing to third parties the VOD technology that powers its SeeSaw online TV service. The online…