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Strong September for iPlayer

Strong September for iPlayer

The new series of acclaimed drama Doctor Foster topped a strong month for BBC iPlayer to kick off the autumn schedule. The returning show was the most popular programme of…

NZ: Freeview unveils new VoD platform, connected PVR

NZ: Freeview unveils new VoD platform, connected PVR

Freeview New Zealand has announced the launch of a new high-end recorder and a new Freeview On Demand platform combining Live TV and On Demand services on Smart TVs and…

ProSiebenSat.1, Discovery OTT service

German commercial broadcaster ProSiebenSat.1 and Discovery Communications are launching a joint premium entertainment streaming service in Germany, which they say brings an exciting content offering to the market. They say…

NZ: SKY, Vodafone launch OTT Vodafone TV

Having abandoned plans to merge their businesses earlier in the year following failure to gain regulatory approval for the deal, New Zealand telco Vodafone and pay-TV operator SKY TV have…

33,000+ young people caught without TV Licence

33,000+ young people caught without TV Licence

More than 33,000 young people between the ages of 18 and 25 were caught watching live TV or BBC programmes on iPlayer without a TV Licence in the past year,…

Ericsson: 50% of TV viewing to be mobile

Ericsson: 50% of TV viewing to be mobile

Findings from the Ericsson ConsumerLab study suggest that linear and VoD viewing will be almost equal in just three years, with 50 per cent of all viewing being done on…

Italy: OTT users grow by 18%

Italy: OTT users grow by 18%

The number of Italians using OTT services reached 19.1 million in June 2017, up by 2.9 million or 18 per cent on September 2016. This corresponds to 58 per cent…

Disney, Altice finalise distribution deal

Disney, Altice finalise distribution deal

Following the announcement on October 1st of a tentative carriage deal that averted a potential blackout of Disney-owned channels in nearly 2.6 million homes in the greater New York area…

YouTube dominates online video services

YouTube dominates online video services

Ampere Analysis’ Top Online Video Services Barometer has revealed that YouTube is still by far the most watched online video service, with 68.7 per cent of global internet users having…

France: Catch-up continues to grow

France: Catch-up continues to grow

Catch-up TV totalled 506.9 millions views in July in France, down 7 per cent over one month but up 1.5 per cent over the year to 3.9 billion videos viewed.…

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