BroadbandTV expands in Asia, Middle East | OTT | News | Rapid TV News
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BroadbandTV (BBTV) has expanded into Malaysia, Singapore, Taiwan, South Korea, Vietnam, Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates and Egypt.

bbtvBBTV actively operates in seven languages and 23 countries and claims to be the leading multiplatform network (MPN) in all English-speaking, Hispanic and Portuguese markets. It is among the top players in France, Germany, Russia and Japan.

In addition to reaching 22 billion monthly impressions across its owned and operated library and brands as well as its network of 85,000 content creators, BBTV is also the third-largest video property worldwide, following only Google and Facebook. According to November 2016 comScore data, when compared to the top two, BBTV’s unique video viewership is 56% the size of Facebook, and nearly a third (30%) of Google’s, showing that almost one out of every three people that consumes video content across Google sites, including YouTube, is watching BBTV content.

“We’re committed to building on our existing momentum, and today’s news is yet another example of how we’re laying the foundation for our next stage of significant growth,” said Shahrzad Rafati, founder and CEO, BBTV. “The regions we’re focusing on have massive potential. Southeast Asia is the world’s fastest growing internet economy and is expected to reach $200 billion by 2025. Today, the Middle East is only capturing a fraction of its total digital potential, it has the ability to add $95 billion per year to its total GDP through digital by 2020.”
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