Apple TV which was launched in several countries recently has partnered with country’s leading content house Shemaroo Entertainment’s OTT platform ShemarooMe. The popular Indian app will now offer its content on Apple TV.
The leading direct to home (DTH) Tata Sky has unveiled an over the top (OTT) aggregator service ‘Tata Sky Binge’ which will offer digital content from multiple OTT apps on TV through Amazon Fire TV stick.
Now Apple phone owners could watch HBO, Starz, Showtime, Smithsonian Channel, Epix, Tastemade and new services like MTV Hits, as the iPhone maker has launched Apple TV app in over 100 countries including India across iPhone, iPad, Apple TV, and select Samsung smart TVs.
Setting a record, Star India's streaming service Hotstar registered 18.6 million concurrent viewers during IPL 2019 final. The match was played between Mumbai Indians and the Chennai Super Kings.
This is the first time that an OTT platform is using public WiFi to keep users engaged. The leading video on demand platform ShemarooMe has launched a digital campaign which attracts public Wi-Fi consumers through Quantifi.
From June 2019, users in the UK market will be able to see Zing, &TV, Living Foodz, as per announcement made by ZEEL. The step is similar to the move by Star India in the US to shut down linear channels and put all the content on its digital streaming platform Hotstar.
On 10 May, the central government was asked by the Supreme Court to reply on plea to regulate Netflix, Amazon Prime Video content.
Riding high on renewed popularity, the government owned DD National has crossed 1 million subscribers mark on Google’s YouTube. DD News and Rajyasabha TV have already achieved this feat.
Children’s subscription-based video on demand (SVoD) service ‘Kids Room’ will debut this summer. The platform will be launched by DHX Media and will be an ad-free service featuring kid-friendly shows drawn exclusively from DHX Media’s leading library of kids and family content.
To expand its reach, the video streaming platform Airtel TV has started a web version on the Xstream website. AirtelXstream.in, as per company, will provide content that is available on Airtel TV app along with live TV streaming of some channels.
Riding high on the IPL 2019, the Paytm owned digital gaming platform Gamepind’s ‘Gamepind Fantasy Sports’ game has registered 30 million subscribers in a short span of time. The platform offers over 100 high quality casual and real money games to the users.
The leading video on demand (VoD) SonyLIV is aiming big to keep its subscribers engaged. The platform is planning to increase live TV channel count to 120+ soon. It has already added 50+ live TV channels in the last three months across genres.
Zoom Studio, which is owned by the Times Network-owned entertainment channel Zoom, will make original content for over the top (OTT) platforms.
To give cinema hall like experience, the leading OTT platform Netflix has ingrained the high-quality audio feature to its service.
The global music-streaming platform Spotify’s CFO Barry McCarthy said that in keeping pace with the growth from a revenue perspective, markets like India just simply don’t have as developed an ad market as we have in the US.
Education and healthcare are two top most sectors in the country. To tap the vast markets in these sectors, Bharti Airtel will diversify its content portfolio on its digital platforms.
To tap the Tier 1&2 markets, the telecom operator Bharti Airtel has unveiled its second music streaming app Wynk Tube.
As per a latest report, criminal deception and frauds have increased 43%last year with platforms like Facebook and WhatsApp contributing the most.
To offer a wide spectrum of content, commerce and community engagement, Dream11 has unveiled an ad-free multi-sport aggregator platform FanCode. The new service has become a success overnight by admitting over 1 crore users.
According to the Future Market Insights’ report ‘Video Streaming Market’, the global video streaming market is on the path to grow from $138.99 billion in 2018 to $591.11 billion by 2028.
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