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Netflix for TIMvision

Netflix for TIMvision

Telecom Italia Group has announced an agreement with Netflix that will make the streaming TV platform available to TIMvision customers. Netflix programming will be available in HD quality, directly on…

Telstra confirms Roku OTT partnership

Telstra confirms Roku OTT partnership

Following the news on July 28th that Telstra had joined the Roku Powered licensing programme, the Australian telco has revealed further details of Telstra TV, its new streaming service designed…

Iger: ESPN could go direct ‘eventually’

Bob Iger, chairman and CEO of  Disney told CNBC that ESPN could eventually be sold direct to consumers in the same way as HBO but it wouldn’t happen in the…

Hybrid OTT top business model for TV operators

TV operators and content owners are favouring the hybrid OTT model over more traditional solutions, according to MPP Global. With online accessibility and the number of mobile devices increasing, consumers…

BARB TV Player Report for September

BARB TV Player Report for September

BARB has announced that the beta version of the TV Player Report is to be released in September, providing official figures on the level of viewing to on-demand and live-streamed…

Angelina Jolie exclusive for Netflix

Angelina Jolie is to direct a movie exclusive for Netflix, based on a memoir by a former child soldier in Cambodia. Jolie has co-written the script with Loung Ung, adapted…

Netflix replaces live TV as youngsters’ viewing choice

Netflix replaces live TV as youngsters’ viewing choice

New findings from Hub Entertainment Research show that while cord cutting remains low, online TV is becoming the default for key TV segments and scenarios. In a very short time,…

iflix surpasses 100,000 subs

iflix surpasses 100,000 subs

iflix, the Southeast Asian Internet TV service, has activated over 100,000 subscribers streaming over 30 million minutes of content, less than two months since launching in Malaysia and the Philippines.…

65m watch iPlayer overseas

65m watch iPlayer overseas

Over 60 million people around the world are bypassing online restrictions to use the BBC’s iPlayer service, according to figures from research company GlobalWebIndex. It claims nearly 65 million people…

Survey: Binge-viewing has gone solo

Survey: Binge-viewing has gone solo

Findings from the Consumer Entertainment Index (CEI) produced by IP, video and broadband technology specialist ARRIS, suggest that binge-viewing has ‘gone solo’ in 2015. According to…

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