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File-sharing fraudsters sentenced

Four UK men who ran a file-sharing website which leaked films online – sometimes before they were released in cinemas – have received custodial or suspended sentences. Steven Pegram, Mark…

Study: Involuntary cancellations a big problem for SVoD industry

Study: Involuntary cancellations a big problem for SVoD industry

A study that delves into consumer relationships with streaming video services and viewing behaviour has found that 70 per cent of households in the US and 40 per cent of…

Sky, BBC team for iconic British box sets

Sky, BBC team for iconic British box sets

Sky and BBC Studios, the commercial arm of the BBC, are to bring a new range of BBC comedy and drama box sets to Sky and NOW TV customers. From…

Social video boost for BRIT Awards

Social video boost for BRIT Awards

Ahead of the 2019 UK recorded music industry BRIT Awards in London, organiser BRIT Awards Ltd partnered with cloud-based video production, editing and distribution platform Grabyo to enhance its social…

Research: Netflix tops 11m Oz users

Research: Netflix tops 11m Oz users

Nearly 14 million Australians now have access to some form of pay-TV/subscription TV, up 11.8 per cent on a year ago, according to analyst firm Roy Morgan Research, who suggest…

TiVo content discovery for Funimation

TiVo content discovery for Funimation

TiVo Corporation, a global player in entertainment technology and audience insights, has announced that Funimation, the global anime content provider and a subsidiary of Sony Pictures Television (SPT), has licenced…

Canal+ Myanmar deploys NAGRA’s Conax GO Live

NAGRA, a Kudelski Group company and independent provider of content protection and multiscreen television solutions, has announced the launch of its Conax GO Live multiscreen OTT solution with Canal+ International…

Survey: Most Brits watch just 12 channels

Survey: Most Brits watch just 12 channels

The average Briton now only watches 12 TV channels from the hundreds they sign up to – as the appetite for streamed, on-demand content is surging. Streaming services such as…

Rakuten TV: 40-country Euro expansion

Rakuten TV: 40-country Euro expansion

VoD platform Rakuten TV has revealed pan-European expansion plans through partnerships with Samsung Electronics, LG, Philips and Hisense to introduce a remote control button on their Smart TV units in…

Study: Half of UK will watch final Game Of Thrones

Study: Half of UK will watch final Game Of Thrones

A study by GlobalWebIndex has revealed that nearly half of UK consumers (48 per cent) intend to watch the final season of Game of Thrones, which begins next month. The…

Bezeq’s Yes TV to switch to broadband

Bezeq Israel Telecom is dumping satellite DTH delivery of its Yes TV bouquet of pay-TV channels and switching instead to an all-broadband delivery. The switch to online delivery will be…

Eleven Sports launching in Japan

Eleven Sports launching in Japan

Global sports provider Eleven Sports will launch its streaming service in Japan on March 16th. The service will stream live action from the local Eastern and Western League of the…

BBFC, Netflix age ratings partnership

BBFC, Netflix age ratings partnership

Responding to parents’ demand for greater consistency across video on demand and online games platforms, the British Board of Film Classification (BBFC) has launched what it says is an innovative…

Kids Safe Mode on Sky Q

Sky has launched a new Kids Safe Mode on Sky Q that will provide a safe space for kids to watch child-friendly TV at home. The new setting will allow…

Survey: Disney streaming service to be well received

Survey: Disney streaming service to be well received

Research from The Diffusion Group (TDG) finds that Disney’s upcoming direct-to-consumer (DTC) subscription service, Disney+, will likely to see solid interest – assuming it comes to market at the right…

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