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European football’s governing body UEFA has unveiled a new over-the-top streaming platform aimed at giving viewers greater access to live and on-demand video content from a variety of competitions.

Food-focussed channel Gusto TV has launched on TV Plus, a digital entertainment app offered on Samsung televisions in the US.

Clarity is being added to the details of AT&T’s forthcoming WarnerMedia SVOD service with reports suggesting that pricing is expected to be in the range of $16–17 per month in the US.

Aiming to strengthen co-development and integration of both platforms and provide high-quality online video content to consumers, the Eros Now over-the-top (OTT) platform has announced a partnership with Paytm First.

Driven in part by the rise in Internet-only subscribers and an increasing number of ‘power users’, cord-cutting drove a spike in overall broadband usage in the first quarter of 2019 according to the latest OpenVault Broadband Industry (OVBI) report.
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Continuing a partnership which has been in place since 2016, Sky Bet Championship football team Queens Park Rangers is to continue to use StreamAMG’s suite of products for live and video-on-demand services.
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Global TV has announced that its shows are now available on all Roku streaming devices in Canada.

The Guinness PRO14 rugby union organisation is claiming to have become the first major competition to launch its own streaming platform in it calls ‘ground-breaking’ partnership with OTT and VOD solutions provider StreamAMG.