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YouTube TV available in 50% of US

Google has announced that its YouTube TV is now available in 50 per cent of US homes, thanks to a rollout to 14 new markets. The company has revealed it…

Eurosport for Amazon in Germany and Austria

Eurosport for Amazon in Germany and Austria

Discovery Communications has struck a streaming deal in Germany and Austria with Amazon that brings Amazon Prime members access to Eurosport’s premium live HD sports content, including exclusive Bundesliga live…

Analyst: ‘Virtual’ subs largely pleased with service value

According to analyst firm The Diffusion Group (TDG), although virtual pay-TV services are immature and years away from ‘five-9’ reliability, subscribers overwhelmingly consider service value to be very solid. In…

iFlix: Piracy our top competitor, not TV

According to Patrick Grove, co-founder and chairman of VoD platform iFlix, the service’s main competitor is not traditional television, but piracy. Speaking on CNBC’s Managing Asia, Grove said the service believed…

Analysts: ‘Netflix more than OK without Disney’

Analysts: ‘Netflix more than OK without Disney’

Analysts at investment bank Piper Jaffray have suggested that the end of a distribution deal between Netflix and Disney will not hurt the streaming giant as much as some investors…

Telefónica, Spectranet climb Netflix ISP Speed Index

Netflix has released July data from its ISP Speed Index – a monthly update on which Internet Service Providers (ISPs) provide the best primetime Netflix streaming experience. Speeds at Telefónica…

Hulu picks AWS as cloud provider

Hulu picks AWS as cloud provider

Premium streaming service Hulu has selected Amazon Web Services (AWS) as its cloud provider, and leveraged AWS to launch its new, over-the-top (OTT) live TV service. Hulu turned to AWS…

Telefónica plans ‘Netflix for Europe’

Reports in Spanish newspaper El Pais say Telefónica is planning to launch a streaming video platform with its own original content in Europe to compete against Netflix. The Spanish operator is…

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…

WWE Network for China

WWE Network for China

WWE (World Wrestling Entertainment) and PPTV have confirmed that WWE Network will be available in China for the first time beginning on August 18th, launching exclusively on PPTV as an…

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