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Adult content “hidden” on YouTube

Adult videos and pirate content are secretly being hidden on YouTube.  According to a report by TorrentFreak, pirates are using the site’s video hosting services to host the videos. YouTube…

Selevision chooses Voddler Group

Voddler Group, the cloud-streaming innovator, has been selected by Selevision, a technology and content provider in the Middle East, to optimise the subscriber’s streaming experience. Selevision provides broadcast and online…

Analysts: Amazon going global is just the beginning

Analysts: Amazon going global is just the beginning

According to research and knowledge-based consulting company Futuresource Consulting, announcements of global roll-outs in the video space at the start of 2016 and 2017 respectively by Netflix and Amazon are…

ProSiebenSat.1, TF1, Mediaset in digital media alliance

German commercial broadcaster ProSiebenSat.1 Group is continuing to internationalise its online video business and is building up a strategic partnership with its European media partners TF1 Group (France) and Mediaset…

Altice: Live viewing steady; time-shifted, DVR rise

From a nail-biter World Series matchup and breathtaking Summer Olympics Games to some of the highest-rated political debates in history, 2016 provided no shortage of must-watch television. To provide insights…

BBC to revamp iPlayer

BBC to revamp iPlayer

BBC Director-General Tony Hall has said the corporation needs to reinvent its on-demand iPlayer service to make the leap from a catch-up service to a “must-visit” destination in its own…

Elemental supports MegaFon.TV expansion

Elemental supports MegaFon.TV expansion

Elemental Technologies, a specialist in software-defined video solutions, has announced that MegaFon, a telco and mobile operator in Russia, is using Elemental for its MegaFon.TV OTT TV service, which has…

Analyst: Netflix content spend matches premium channels

Analyst: Netflix content spend matches premium channels

Although it is no secret that the major SVoD platforms Amazon and Netflix have rapidly increased their content spend, reaching similar levels to traditional TV groups, research consultancy firm Ampere…

US home entertainment spend tops $18bn

US home entertainment spend tops $18bn

US entertainment trade body DEG: The Digital Entertainment Group has released its year-end 2016 Home Entertainment Report compiled by DEG members, tracking sources and retail input. Preliminary figures suggest that…

Google Assistant set for Android TV

Intelligent personal assistant Google Assistant is making its way to Android TV in the coming months. As part of an upcoming update on supported TVs and set-top boxes powered by…

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