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Nearing 1.5 million subs by 2018, Colombia's video-on-demand (VOD) market is clearly set to grow through the coming years from the current 260,000 subs.

With content defined as the king to the services success, especially in its new territories, Netflix has beefed up its bouquet for France, Germany and Benelux in a programming deal with ITV Studios Global Entertainment.

Over-the-top (OTT) is going down under as Netflix has revealed plans to launch in Australia and New Zealand in March 2015.

ZAP, a television service provider in sub-Saharan Africa, has chosen the APEX3000 from ARRIS Group to enable delivery of its network DVR (nDVR) and video-on-demand (VOD) services.

The UK's fourth largest broadcaster Channel 4 is to offer for the first time in Europe a digital marketplace to buy advertising programmatically, offering access to its first-party viewer data.

The third-quarter 2014 Home Entertainment Report from The Digital Entertainment Group (DEG) has shown clearly how quickly digital media is supplanting physical sales.

One of Poland's leading commercial free-to-air TV firms, TVN, has announced a partnership with one of its telco counterparts, T-Mobile Polska, to launch a new subscription video-on-demand (SVOD) service.

The UK’s fourth largest broadcaster Channel 4 is claiming to have become the first UK broadcaster to offer a selection of its interactive video ad formats for video on demand (VOD) on iOS mobiles and tablets.