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Acting in a manner reminiscent of the growing popularity of the growing BBC/ITV joint venture subscription video-on-demand service, online TV provider Netgem has teamed with the France Channel to launch what it calls the first ‘BritBox-like’ international SVOD service for French original programming.
Netgem FRecnhChannel 22Oct2020
Even though it noted the headwinds caused by Covid-19, Vualto has announced positive year-on-year growth figures for the first half of 2020, noting that the business has continued to expand with new customer wins and an enhanced international offering.
Vualto Ateme 14Feb2020
Even though the subscription video-on-demand leader’s growth has slowed more or less to how it predicted three months earlier, Netflix has disappointed Wall Street with its third quarter results adding ‘only’ 2.2 million customers.
Netflix English Multiple Device 17July2020
ViacomCBS Networks International’s free, ad-supported streaming television service Pluto TV is spreading extent across Europe and will be available in Spain from the end of October.
PLuto VOD PlayerCatalogo 8Oct2020
Hot on the heels of announcing that its Total View Time (TVT) broke the 200 million hour mark in April 2020 and has been above 200 million hours each month since, advertising video-on-demand service Tubi has announced News on Tubi in the US, a new way for viewers to access live, premium streaming news content.
Tubi NewsNOW 2 Oct2020
As part of the smart TV service’s current expansion programme, Samsung TV Plus in the UK is now to feature quality shorts from discover.film, curated from a growing library containing thousands of what the provider claims are the best content pieces of its type from around the world.
discoverfilm SamsungTV 7Oct2020
A study from Digital TV Research has forecast that Africa will have a rocketing subscription video-on-demand industry over the next five years growing from 2.75 million subscribers at the end of 2019 to 12.96 by 2025.
Showmax 1 Oct 2020
The Covid-19 pandemic has seen unprecedented uptake of streaming video services, especially AVOD and SVOD. It has also seen It has also seen unprecedented demands placed on operators have to take urgent measures to retain those subscribers. Antonio Rodríguez, VP business development at Mirada explains how his company has reacted to ensuring operators retain value and evolve customer offerings.