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LatAm OTT and video thrive despite free offers

Revenues from OTT TV episodes and movies for 19 Latin American countries will reach $4.6 billion (€3.91bn) in 2022; up from the $1.87 billion recorded in 2016, according to Digital…

Report: Cable outpaces broadcast for viewer attention

Report: Cable outpaces broadcast for viewer attention

According to television attention measurement company TVision Insights, cable television programming captures primetime viewer attention better than broadcast, and brands see significant variation in consumer attention to different ads in…

Fastweb reaches 7.8m Italian homes with fibre

Italian broadband operator Fastweb reached 7.8 million homes in 130 cities with its FTTC and FTTH networks at the end of June. A further 19 cities are in the process…

iPlayer mobile and tablet requests increase YoY

New crime drama series In The Dark was July’s top programme on BBC iPlayer. The first episode was made available from July 11th, and received 1.6 million requests over the…

Analyst: Strong VR interest from US businesses

Analyst: Strong VR interest from US businesses

Virtual Reality (VR) is often viewed through the lens of consumer-driven gaming, but in a recent B2B technology survey of 455 US-based companies across nine vertical markets, ABI Research finds…

Strong growth for digital radio sales in Europe

Strong growth for digital radio sales in Europe

The first half of 2017 has seen rapid growth in sales of DAB+ receivers across Europe – driven by Norway’s switchover from FM to DAB+ and the development of digital…

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…

Report: IP impacting on live production

A social-media-sourced barometer report from virtualised media production solutions specialist Nevion has highlighted the impact that IP technology is continuing to have on the future of the broadcast industry. The…

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…

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