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N. America pay-TV to fall $12bn by 2019

Pay-TV revenues, subscriptions and on-demand, in North America peaked in 2013 at $102.86 billion, according to a report from Digital TV Research. The latest edition of the Digital TV North America report forecasts that revenues will fall by 11.7 per cent or $12.04 billion between 2014 and 2020 to $90.71 billion in 2020. Cable revenues in

BBC adds Heart button

The BBC has put a heart icon on all browser versions of BBC iPlayer and all TV & Radio programme pages that will for the first time allow users to instantly ‘love’ a programme. In a blog post, Philip Almond, BBC’s Director of Marketing and Audiences explains: “If we know what you love we can give you more of what […]

Netflix reveals Aus/NZ pricing

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Netflix Australia revealed pricing today its new streaming service in Australia, with monthly single-stream plans starting from A$8.99 (€6.47) per month. The service will also offer new members a free, one-month trial subscription. Netflix monthly pricing options include: Single-stream standard definition plan for A$8.99 Two-stream high-definition plan for A$11.99 Four-stream 4K ultra-high definition “family” plan for A$14.99 Competing Australian streaming […]

Hulu acquires Empire rights 



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US streaming site Hulu has acquired the exclusive SVoD rights for hip-hop drama Empire via a deal with Twentieth Century Fox TV. All episodes from the first season were already available on the service, but with the new deal all future episodes will now be exclusively hosted on the site. The show’s first season finale attracted 16.5 million US viewers […]

Nagra DAI for DISH Network VoD

Nagra is supporting a new VoD advertising platform for DISH Network and EchoStar Technologies. Through new features of its MediaLive Secure Player solution, NAGRA now supports Dynamic Ad Insertion (DAI) and audience measurement capabilities for the DISH Anywhere VoD multiscreen service. DISH Anywhere makes it possible for US consumers to watch live and recorded content anywhere on Internet-connected tablets, smartphones […]

UK streaming market £1bn by 2019

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The rise is streaming could soon makes DVDs and Blu-ray discs as obsolete as VHS video cassettes, according to market research firm Mintel. Viewing habits are changing immensely

Sony launches Vue in test cities

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Sony has launched its PlayStation Vue OTT service in three US cities, targeting customers looking for cheaper alternatives to cable with packages starting at $50 (€47). The Web and cloud-based TV service, which allows users to access live TV and on-demand video, has been in test mode since November. Vue is available initially on PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 3 consoles […]

Foxtel launching Netflix rival

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Foxtel has confirmed that it will launch its iQ3 set-top box in Australia on March 23rd. Its availability comes as US rival Netflix gears up to launch its streaming service in the country on March 31st. The new iQ3 set-top-box has been under development for some years and combines broadcast derived programmes and online streamed content “into one seamless experience”. […]

EE replaces Orange Wednesdays with £1 movies

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Mobile network operator EE is launching a new online movie rental scheme for its subscribers. The EE Film Club will give customers the opportunity to rent a movie every week for only £1 (€1.39) through Wuaki.tv. There is an additional 35p charge in the form of a redemption text – users will have to redeem a promotional code by texting […]

Amazon takes 2nd season of Bosch

Just one month after its debut Amazon has confirmed it has greenlit a second season of its first original hour-long drama series Bosch. Based on Michael Connelly’s internationally best-selling Harry Bosch book series, Bosch has achieved the biggest debut weekend among all Amazon Original Series and is the most-watched title on Amazon Prime Instant Video, across movies and TV series […]

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