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Online subscription video services are driving connected TV activities according to research from Futuresource Consulting.

Raising the bar further on the content proposition of its Prime Instant Video service in the UK, Amazon has contracted FremantleMedia Kids & Family Entertainment (FMKFE) to provide a package of over 68 hours of programming.

India's railway passengers will soon be able to watch film, music and premium TV content from media production and distribution giant Eros International, following a tie-up with RailTel.

Vimeo has launched the Vimeo On Demand Publisher Network enabling partners to sell premium, ad-free content from its VOD catalogue directly on their sites.

Netflix is picking up children's preschool series Lily's Driftwood Bay from the Jim Henson Company.

Four BBC channels are to be made available by ELTA TV on Chunghwa Telecom's on-demand IPTV service, in what is being called part of the largest volume deal for UK content in Taiwan.

Originally based in Argentina but looking to expand its services throughout Latin American, over-the-top (OTT) and video-on-demand (VOD) platform Qubit will focus on growing across the Caribbean and Andean regions in 2015, controlling the operation from its recently opened office in Bogotá.

With BBC Three’s expected demise soon to come, online is more important than ever for the UK state broadcaster and the BBC has revealed a new range of iPlayer-first programming for 2015.