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Service providers favouring OTT video

Service providers are decreasing marketing on their cable, satellite, and IPTV products that offer managed quality of service in favour of new products that use OTT technologies to compete with…

Report: Australians happy to pay for content

With Australia’s Internet Service Providers (ISPs) now blocking their customers from a number of websites used to download copyrighted movies and TV shows for free, Roy Morgan Research has studied…

Netflix exceeds Q4 subs forecast

Netflix exceeds Q4 subs forecast

Netflix has reported 7.05 million net new members globally in Q4 2016 against its forecast of 5.2 million and 2016’s Q4 performance of 5.59 million. This represents the largest quarter…

Netflix: “Traditional TV should be scared”

The impressive subscriber numbers from Netflix should worry traditional broadcasters, says one analyst. Adding around 7 million net subscribers (5.1 million international) during its Q4 suggests that sometime this Spring,…

HBO Now tops US SVoD customer satisfaction

HBO Now tops US SVoD customer satisfaction

HBO Now leads customer satisfaction amogst US SVoD services according to a survey, conducted by Strategy Analytics. The research firm found that HBO Now ranked highest for customer satisfaction in…

Disney launching Spanish SVoD in France; Molotov deal

Disney has launched its SVoD service on France’s Canalsat pay-TV platform. Disney France will also launch a Spanish-language SVoD service at the end of February. Dedicated to teaching Spanish for…

Netherlands: Fewer Netflix trialists take subscription

Netherlands: Fewer Netflix trialists take subscription

Fewer Netflix users in The Netherlands are taking up a paid subscription after the customary free trial, according to data from the Telecompaper Consumer Panel. Of those who took a…

Seinfeld dumps Crackle for Netflix

Seinfeld dumps Crackle for Netflix

Comedian Jerry Seinfeld has switched his support away from Sony’s Crackle OTT service to Netflix. According to Variety, Seinfeld has cut a deal with Netflix which will show 25 episodes…

Offline viewing planned for WWE Network

Offline viewing planned for WWE Network

Following Netflix’s recent announcement of downloadable content, another SVoD service has revealed plans to do the same. World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) Chief Marketing and Revenue Officer Michelle Wilson has told…

Apple planning original content

Apple planning original content

Apple is preparing a move into original content production as it seeks to take on the likes of Netflix and Amazon Prime Video. The tech giant is planning to bundle…

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