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Australia: Online video delivering for marketers

Australia: Online video delivering for marketers

The television viewing experience has changed forever according to research released by IAB Australia . The research explores new ground in the ongoing dramatic shift on consumers’ television viewing habits…

YouTube Gaming goes live

YouTube Gaming goes live

YouTube has launched its spin-off gaming platform in the UK and the US. Branded “YouTube Gaming”, the dedicated app and website focuses exclusively on gaming content, with a greater emphasis…

Binge-watching tops summer activities

Binge-watching tops summer activities

Streaming of TV shows is replacing traditional summer activities such as reading, cinema trips, board games and dozing in the sun according to a study from Miner & Co. Studio.…

Netflix targets teens

Netflix targets teens

Netflix is adding a number of exclusive movies and TV series aimed at teenagers and “tweens” to its streaming service as part of a strategy to position itself as a…

HDR launch for Amazon Prime UK

HDR launch for Amazon Prime UK

Amazon has revealed that Prime members in the UK can instantly watch the debut season of the Amazon Original Series, Mozart in the Jungle and the pilot of soon-to-launch Red…

Netflix, SoftBank partner for Japan launch

SoftBank Corp, Japan’s leading mobile provider is partnering with Netflix for the Internet TV network’s launch in the country on September 2nd. SoftBank will exclusively offer a fully integrated Netflix…

Quickflix drops Chinese acquisition

Australian TV and movie streaming service Quickflix is not going ahead with the potential acquisition of a Shanghai-based film and television company. In a notice to the Australian Securities Exchange,…

Australians’ AFL viewing fragmented across devices

With News Corp, Telstra and Channel Seven recently agreeing to pay a share of over A$2.5 billion (€1.58bn) for six years of AFL broadcast rights from 2017, Roy Morgan Research…

Nielsen: 20% still only use DVDs

Nielsen: 20% still only use DVDs

Findings from Nielsen’s Home Entertainment Consumer Trends report suggest that the type of content US video consumers watch and what content they pay for has shifted over the past few…

US pay-TV subs down, ARPU up

In perhaps an indication of North American pay-TV operators seeing a silver lining in the cloud that is the decline of their current subscriber numbers, findings from Strategy Analytics suggest…

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