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Burst for Fox Sports Australia

Burst, the mobile video technology platform that enables broadcasters to leverage the power of user-generated content (UGC), has announced that Fox Sports Australia is using the Burst platform to acquire,…

Malaysians prefer YouTube to TV

Malaysians prefer YouTube to TV

More than half of Malaysians prefer YouTube content compared to TV according to the latest YouTube Insights Program by TNS Research. The survey, conducted in collaboration with Google, found that…

AwesomenessTV launches in UK

AwesomenessTV launches in UK

AwesomenessTV, a successful YouTube channel in the US with over 3.5 million subscribers, has launched in the UK – becoming the first YouTube UK channel to provide content 365 days a…

Live streaming app usage to rise in 2016

GWI’s Trends for 2016 predicts that live streaming will become more popular in the year ahead. Currently, it’s only tiny minorities of consumers who are using live-streaming apps; according to…

Sandvine: Netflix still dominates streaming

Sandvine: Netflix still dominates streaming

Netflix still dominates streaming US networks by a wide margin, but rivals are increasing in traffic, says Sandvine in its latest Global Internet Phenomena report. Network manager Sandvine based its…

Enders: TV remains robust

Enders: TV remains robust

Enders Analysis has published its latest ten year viewing forecasts which showed live and seven-day broadcast time-shift/catch-up to the TV as still making up the great majority of viewing in…

51% of US use Netflix

51% of US use Netflix

According to a survey by RBC Capital Markets, 51 per cent of Americans have watched content on Netflix at least once in the past 12 months. RBC Capital surveyed 1,077…

Google will fund YouTube copyright cases

Google will help fund up to $1 million in legal fees for some content creators on YouTube who have received copyright takedown notices. It will step in if it feels…

UK kids prefer YouTube

UK kids prefer YouTube

In 2015 children aged 12-15 who watch both television and YouTube stated a preference for YouTube, according to new research by Ofcom. The regulator’s ‘Children and Parents: Media Use and…

YouTube pays royalties for trial subs service

YouTube will pay creators for clips watched during a free trial of its new subscription service. YouTube launched a trial premium service in the US, removing ads for a monthly…