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With the clear and stated aim of optimising programming for over-the-top access, the consumer-facing media organisation of global business and financial media company Bloomberg has debuted a new slate of original programming.

With the clear and stated aim of optimising programming for over-the-top access, the consumer-facing media organisation of global business and financial media company Bloomberg has debuted a new slate of original programming.

Swedish sports rights agency Spring Media is partnering with broadcast technology provider Red Bee to launch Wnited, said to be the world’s first global over-the-top service dedicated to women’s football.
Wnited RedBee SPRING MEDIA 21Oct2019
Attempting to enable broadcasters and content owners to launch an OTT service fast whilst significantly reducing complexity and overheads, online video technology provider Switch Media has launched MediaHQ Lite.
Switch Media MediaHQ 16OCt2019
Online, mobile and OTT end-to-end platform services provider ViewLift has entered into an alliance with Marquee TV for the re-launch of its streaming TV service for arts and culture.

Leading Asian OTT entertainment service iflix has signed a two-year deal with media and entertainment content marketplace technology provider Konnect Digital to source and license a range of kid's shows for screening across its local markets.

In its second major broadcast technology investment announcement in just over a week, India-based global over-the-top service ZEE5 has revealed that it is to deploy Applicaster technology to transform the way it delivers content to mobile audiences.

Research from Parks Associates has revealed that the percentage of US broadband households with multiple OTT subscriptions has increased by 130% since 2014, with in 2019 46% of homes subscribing to two or more OTT services.