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Parks: Over 265m global OTT homes by 2022

An industry report from research firm Parks Associates shows that the number of households worldwide with an OTT video service subscription will exceed 265 million by 2022. The popularity of…

CHILI TVoD service launching in UK

CHILI TVoD service launching in UK

From this summer, Brits will be able to watch movies and TV series on demand and subscription-free, with the launch of CHILI. A pay-per-movie service, CHILI gives movie and TV…

Spain: Atresmedia, Televisa OTT alliance

Spanish TV group Atresmedia and Mexican TV company Televisa have signed an agreement to launch Novelas Nova, a SVoD service, on Atresmedia’s OTT platform, Atresplayer, devoted to TV soap operas…

Jack Ryan voted “Most anticipated TV” at MCM Comic Con

Jack Ryan voted “Most anticipated TV” at MCM Comic Con

Following their May Bank Holiday convention, MCM Comic Con have revealed that out of the upcoming TV shows in 2018, fans were most excited about seeing Tom Clancy’s Jack Ryan,…

In-flight entertainment revenues over $8.4bn by 2023

A study from Juniper Research found that increasing adoption of in-flight entertainment and connectivity systems by airlines and private aircraft operators will drive annual service revenues from an estimated $3.7…

40% US broadband homes have 2 OTT subscriptions

Parks Associates research finds nearly 40 per cent of US broadband households now have at least two OTT video service subscriptions. The research firm notes that consumers have reached a new…

Netflix suffers global outage

Netflix suffers global outage

Netflix suffered a global outage on June 11th; with subscribers unable to use the service for around 45 minutes. In a statement posted on Twitter just before 11pm (UK time),…

Google Assistant for All 4

Google Assistant for All 4

Channel 4 has announced that All 4 viewers can now ask the Google Assistant to play content from All 4 on Chromecast, from their Google Home and Google Home Mini.…

UK broadcasters secure FTA TV future

UK broadcasters secure FTA TV future

The UK’s major broadcast companies have signed a new five-year agreement to accelerate digital terrestrial TV service Freeview’s transition to a fully hybrid platform, providing the best in free-to-view live…

Mediaset only sees a future for FTA and VoD

Italian broadcaster Mediaset has said it only sees a future for free-to-air TV and on-demand content as traditional pay-TV continues to face challenges. The prediction was made by Mediaset vice-president…