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Sky Sports scores Premier League video clip rights

Sky Sports scores Premier League video clip rights

Sky Sports has further strengthened its position as the home of the Premier League by winning the rights to show clips from every Premier League game across its digital platforms.…

EEMEA OTT market set for $2.2bn boost

OTT TV and video revenues in EEMEA [19 countries] will reach $2.6 billion (€2.4bn) in 2020; up from only $52 million recorded in 2010 and the $616 million expected in…

Special Olympics free on ESPN Player

Special Olympics free on ESPN Player

ESPN Player will deliver the 2015 Special Olympics World Summer Games – starting on July 25th in Los Angeles, California – as a free channel available to all in Europe,…

MTG backing for Zoomin.TV MCN

In a further sign of the importance of multi-channel networks to established entertainment groups, MTG has acquired 51 per cent of Zoomin.TV, the online video entertainment network, content production and…

Analyst: ‘Netflix subs ripe for up-selling’

Analyst: ‘Netflix subs ripe for up-selling’

Netflix’s impressive recent quarterly results pointed to continued subscriber growth, driven in particular by further international expansion. In addition, Netflix spoke of its desire to move consumers up to higher…

Advocacy group: Copyright decision could benefit consumers and competition

The preliminary decision from District Court Judge George Wu issued finding that online video service FilmOn is entitled to a compulsory copyright licence has been applauded by US public interest…

French Netflix rival dropped

A plan to by a group of French broadcasters and telco Orange to launch an SVoD service in competition to Netflix has been abandoned, according to French financial daily Les…

Rovi share slide on Netflix patent win

Rovi Corp shares dropped the most in three years after a judge ruled in favour of Netflix in the latest patent lawsuit defeat. A US District Court judge issued a…

Survey: Alternative platforms to eclipse cable and satellite

Americans are eschewing cable and satellite service in favour of a variety of ‘Over The Top’ video options according to a new survey that shows nearly half of consumers already…

Netflix eyes UHD boost

Netflix CEO Reed Hastings has suggested the Internet entertainment streaming service will benefit from the growth of 4K/Ultra-HD television. Speaking during Netflix’s Q2 2015 Results Earnings Call, Hastings noted that…