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Snapchat redesign sees shares plummet

Shares in Snap, Snapchat’s parent firm, dropped 17 per cent after it revealed the app’s unpopular redesign made it less attractive to current and potential users. Only four million new…

Roku adding enhanced voice search on all UK devices

Roku has announced it will soon make its Enhanced Voice Search feature available to Roku users in the UK. Enhanced Voice Search enables users to use their voice to find…

CBS All Access launches in Canada

CBS All Access launches in Canada

CBS All Access, CBS’s direct-to-consumer digital subscription video on-demand service, has launched in Canada, marking its first expansion into an international market. For C$5.99 (€3.82), CBS All Access will offer…

Netflix introduces mobile previews

Netflix introduces mobile previews

Netflix is introducing mobile previews, which it says will present members with a fun, simple, and easy way to learn about all the new content on Netflix, and find something…

Netflix goes mobile

Netflix goes mobile

Netflix’s Q1 numbers show that the OTT operator is growing as fast as ever. It added a net 7.4 million global subs during the quarter, only slightly down on the…

F1 TV set for May launch

F1 TV set for May launch

Premier motor sport category Formula 1 will launch F1 TV in May 2018, ahead of the Formula 1 2018 Gran Premio De España. Until that time, Formula 1 will continue…

Bitmovin delivers iflix mobile HD

Online video technology specialist Bitmovin has confirmed that OTT service iflix is to use Bitmovin encoding to enable the delivery of TV shows, movies and sport in high definition video…

ESPN+ to launch April 12

ESPN+ to launch April 12

ESPN+, the upcoming direct-to-consumer subscription streaming service from Disney Direct-to-Consumer and International in partnership with ESPN and featuring ESPN branded content, will launch on April 12th and offer fans what…

WhatsApp, FB Messenger drive World Cup audience  

WhatsApp, FB Messenger drive World Cup audience   

A global survey of over 80,000 Internet users by GlobalWebIndex  reveals that Latin American digital consumers are the most likely to be watching the FIFA World Cup, where 65 per cent…

BBC Sport updates live sport coverage plans

Following the November 2017 announcement by the BBC that it was reinventing its free-to-air coverage of live sports, the corporation is to increase its coverage of tennis, women’s football, swimming…