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Le bouquet africain débarque sur TeVolution

Le bouquet africain débarque sur TeVolution | Box & OTT | Scoop.it

Disponible depuis juin 2013, TeVolution continue d'ajouter de nouvelles chaînes et de nouveaux bouquets pour étoffer son offre. Après l'ajout en début d'année de Disneytek et RTL9, TeVolution s'intéresse aujourd'hui à l'Afrique en proposant en option les bouquets Africain et Africain Premium (1er mois offert jusqu'au 30 avril).

Le bouquet Africain est disponible sans engagement pour 6.99€ et comprend 9 chaînes diffusées au Sénégal, en Côte d’Ivoire, au Mali, au Cameroun, au Burkina Fasso, au Congo, au Bénin, et au Gabon; le bouquet Africain Premium est plus complet et plus cher (11.99€). Il reprend les 9 chaînes du bouquet de base et en compte 9 supplémentaires.

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Binge-Watching No Longer the Exception. It’s the Rule. - Lost Remote

Binge-Watching No Longer the Exception. It’s the Rule. - Lost Remote | Box & OTT | Scoop.it

91% of the 15,196 respondents said that binge-viewing is a common viewing behavior. Perhaps surprisingly, 29% of respondents actually put off watching shows so that they can bing-watch an entire season at once.

With thousands of channels and the proliferation of original programing it is becoming more difficult for a viewer to watch every show that they are interested in. But thanks to the control over cable, broadcast and OTT content afforded by TiVo, and to the proliferation of streaming services like Netflix,” said TiVo Chief Research Officer Jonathan Steuer, “binge-viewing has rapidly become common practice.”

The rise of binge-viewing becoming goes hand-in-hand with the “acceptability” of the practice. When respondents were asked about the term “binging,” only one-third felt that the term had negative connotations; in April 2013, over half (53 percent) of those surveyed considered it a negative term.

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Ahead of its expansion, Netflix finds partners, foes in Europe

Ahead of its expansion, Netflix finds partners, foes in Europe | Box & OTT | Scoop.it
Netflix is getting ready to strike a partnership in Germany — but in neighboring Austria, it could soon get a new competitor.
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The Future of TV Isn’t Apps. We Need All Our Channels in One Place | Opinion | WIRED

The Future of TV Isn’t Apps. We Need All Our Channels in One Place | Opinion | WIRED | Box & OTT | Scoop.it
Streaming on-demand TV may be the future, but it won't look like the app-tastic, redundant mess we have right now. It must be a single, clean web-based solution.
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Doublement des revenus OTT dans le monde sous 4 ans dans le monde

Doublement des revenus OTT dans le monde sous 4 ans dans le monde | Box & OTT | Scoop.it
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Lancement d'une alternative à YouView par les principales chaînes gratuites UK

Lancement d'une alternative à YouView par les principales chaînes gratuites UK | Box & OTT | Scoop.it

UK public service TV broadcasters – the BBC, ITV and Channel 4 – have agreed a new strategy for their combined attempts at providing OTT video on demand. At the moment, their Freeview service is looking decidedly antiquated, and their investment in the YouView service is causing considerable friction and concern.

 

So, the BBC, ITV and Channel 4 may be smarting over the hijacking of YouView, but have at least decided on an alternative strategy. After months of haggling over details, the rival broadcasters have finally agreed a £100 million deal of their own to develop their Freeview service. Along with fellow Freeview shareholders Arqiva (the firm that handles TV delivery for UK broadcasters) and BSkyB, and in partnership withnational oversight body Digital UK, the broadcasters will create ‘Freeview Connect’ (working name only), making their channels and on-demand services available as a group package on broadband-connected smart TVs.

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Netflix et Amazon, plus qu’une menace, un facteur de déstabilisation du marché

Netflix et Amazon, plus qu’une menace, un facteur de déstabilisation du marché | Box & OTT | Scoop.it
Alors que les pouvoirs publics français devraient révéler très prochainement une nouvelle version de la chronologie des médias, les géants de la VOD sont en train de préparer leur assaut sur le marché français. Un débarquement numérique en quelque sorte !
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Télévision et vidéo : la mutation du marché s’accélère

Télévision et vidéo :  la mutation du marché s’accélère | Box & OTT | Scoop.it
Mary Meeker vient de publier son incontournable étude sur l’état de l’internet dans le monde. Un document de référence qui permet de mesurer les évolutions à long terme et d’anticiper les évolutions majeures du monde numérique.
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Walmart Planning to Up its Digital Media Game | Inside Redbox

Walmart Planning to Up its Digital Media Game | Inside Redbox | Box & OTT | Scoop.it
It may rule the retail roost, but Walmart has a long way to go before it dominates the digital entertainment sphere in the same way. According to remarks from new CEO Doug McMillon, the company is planning to improve its game in that space.
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Cue: The current TV experience "sucks," billion-dollar Apple TV business will get bigger this year

Cue: The current TV experience "sucks," billion-dollar Apple TV business will get bigger this year | Box & OTT | Scoop.it
  Speaking at Code Conference Wednesday night, Apple's head of online services Eddy Cue took a swipe at the current state of television and presented his take on where the future of that indus...
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TV Is About To Enjoy Its Biggest Renaissance in 50 Years

TV Is About To Enjoy Its Biggest Renaissance in 50 Years | Box & OTT | Scoop.it
After decades of reliably scheduling when audiences are to be entertained, the linear broadcast model is hitting obsolescence, thanks to technology.
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Is UltraViolet Finally Catching On with Consumers?

Is UltraViolet Finally Catching On with Consumers? | Box & OTT | Scoop.it

In a major sign of support for UltraViolet, satisfaction with the digital locker service is at nearly 90% from users, according to a new study from NPD Group.

 

Results from the research group’s report based on a survey conducted in February found that 82% of individuals with an UltraViolet account — there are now over 16 million — plan to continue to use the service in the future. UltraViolet launched in 2011, and is a product backed by most studios, with the exception of Disney, retailers and tech companies.

And those that do tend to buy more digital movies and TV shows than traditional consumers of home entertainment.

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What Television Will Look Like in 2025, According to Netflix | Business | WIRED

What Television Will Look Like in 2025, According to Netflix | Business | WIRED | Box & OTT | Scoop.it
Say goodbye to endlessly surfing through Netflix to find the show you want to watch. In the future, the Internet TV giant will know exactly what you want to watch, even before you do.
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Réglo TV : E.Leclerc lance une offre OTT pour les oubliés de la TV par ADSL (by TeVolution)

Réglo TV : E.Leclerc lance une offre OTT pour les oubliés de la TV par ADSL (by TeVolution) | Box & OTT | Scoop.it

E.Leclerc enrichit son offre Réglo TV, qui comprenait jusqu'à présentdes offres de TNT payante prépayées. Succédant à Videofutur, Numericable et SFR, le distributeur lance à son tour une offre OTT. Elle repose d'ailleurs sur la solution de TeVolution, le pionnier du secteur. (...)


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Guillaume de Lafontaine's curator insight, July 3, 4:17 PM

E.Leclerc annonce aujourd'hui le lancement d'une offre de télévision par Internet qui présente l'intérêt de fonctionner avec n'importe quel FAI, y compris chez des abonnés qui ne sont pas éligibles à la télévision par ADSL.

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Netflix, Carrefour, Wuaki pour relancer les ventes VOD et SVOD en France ?

Netflix, Carrefour, Wuaki pour relancer les ventes VOD  et SVOD en France ? | Box & OTT | Scoop.it
C’est un secret de polichinelle : les marchés de la VOD et de la SVOD sont à la traîne en ce début d’année 2014 ! Il faut maintenant attendre le lancement de nouvelles offres pour voir les ventes repartir à la hausse.
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Unauthenticated TV Everywhere: the wave of the future?

Unauthenticated TV Everywhere: the wave of the future? | Box & OTT | Scoop.it

To get access to TV Everywhere operator apps, a consumer must have a pay-TV subscription. Does it have to be this way? The UK’s Sky doesn’t think so.

In 2012, the Sky satellite service struck a dramatic change in course with the release of its NowTV Internet video offering. The company was already making much of its content available to subscribers online through the Sky Go TV Everywhere app on tablets, smartphones and game consoles. However, subscriber growth had slowed, inching above 10 million, and Sky Go wasn’t helping to reignite growth.

The company had to face the fact that everyone that wanted Sky television service under the current subscription terms already had it. The answer the company came up with was the “Sky-lite” approach called to NowTV. UK broadband users can watch content through NowTV under very different terms than Sky satellite. They can get a one month Sky movies pass, to both on-demand and live TV, for £8.99 ($15) and even get a day pass to 6 channels of live premium sport for £9.99 ($17) with no further commitment.

 
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Hulu: All Our Google Chromecast Streaming Uses MPEG-DASH - Streaming Media Magazine

Hulu: All Our Google Chromecast Streaming Uses MPEG-DASH - Streaming Media Magazine | Box & OTT | Scoop.it
DASH is in place today, Hulu says; HEVC will need to wait until there's hardware support on mobile devices to prevent battery drain.

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Baisse des ventes de Chromecast aux US

Baisse des ventes de Chromecast aux US | Box & OTT | Scoop.it
Google has a sizable stake in the online-streaming-device market with its Chromecast streaming stick, but use of the device in the United States dipped in the first quarter of 2014 compared with the last two quarters of 2013, a Parks Associates study reveals.

 

And although ownership of streaming devices overall is climbing--from 14 percent of U.S. households in 2012 to 20 percent today--Chromecast adoption was flat in Q1. Just 6 percent of U.S. households own a Chromecast device, and that number hasn't changed since the last two quarters of 2013.

 

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15% of US broadband users will soon ‘cut the cord’ - TBI Vision

Some 15% of US broadband users that subscribe to a legacy cable, satellite or telco pay TV service are “to varying degrees” likely to cancel their service in the next six months, according to new research. The Diffusion Group (DFG) study into cord cutting claims that though the US incumbent…
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TV Everywhere: Is Traditional TV Becoming Obsolete?

“TV is TV,” Brian Dutt, chief of advisory services for FreeWheel told Lost Remote, adding that people are going to watch shows like “Scandal” and live sporting events wherever they are, “regardless of the pipe that’s carrying a show to you.”

Even though TV will still be a force, Dutt predicts traditional TV will start borrowing from its digital TV counterpart.


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Shine launches US direct-to-consumer channel with 200 hours of programming from its catalogue via the Roku streaming platform

Shine launches US direct-to-consumer channel with 200 hours of programming from its catalogue via the Roku streaming platform | Box & OTT | Scoop.it

Shine International has launched Shine Now, a direct to consumer service that will make a selection of its scripted and entertainment fare available online.

Consumers access the content via the Roku streaming platform. It is initially available in the US and the programming is either advertising supported and free of charge or priced between US$0.99 and US$1.99 and advertising free.

Shine’s global programming arm has launched Shine Now with 200 hours of programming from its catalogue. Titles include The School, Got to Dance, The Magicians, Eternal Law and The Sandhamn Murders.

Nadine Nohr (pictured), CEO, Shine International said: “Shine Now is our first direct to consumer channel and Roku have been fantastic partners with whom to develop and launch it. We are excited about its potential and look forward to collaborating with them further to grow its reach in the future.”

 

Shine told TBI that it is focussed on rolling out the D2C service on the Roku service and not, for the time being, on other streaming services.

Shine digital consultant Gordon Synn brokered the deal with Roku. He is set to leave the company following the hire of Kerry Ball, who is taking over digital business development efforts.

 

In 2012, another large distributor, All3Media International, sought to go straight to the consumer with a pay-per-view service launched via a dedicated app on Samsung and LG connected TVs. It also launched Easel TV last year, an over-the-top service containing about 350 hours of its programming.

 

 

Shine International has launched Shine Now, a direct to consumer service that will make a selection of its scripted and entertainment fare available online. Consumers access the content via the Roku streaming platform. It is initially available in the US and the programming is either advertising supported and free of…

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Netflix Envisions Ad-Free And Personalized TV By 2025

Netflix Envisions Ad-Free And Personalized TV By 2025 | Box & OTT | Scoop.it
The future of television could be vastly different by 2025 if Netflix Chief Product Officer Neil Hunt's predictions are correct.
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Plus de 25 M d’abonnements au haut et très haut débit fixes

Plus de 25 M d’abonnements au haut et très haut débit fixes | Box & OTT | Scoop.it

Concernant le marché de détail : fin mars 2014, on comptait 2,2 millions d’abonnements à internet au très haut débit (+30% en un an) dont 640 000 via les offres en fibre optique de bout en bout (+69% en un an). Au 31 mars 2014, dans 1 687 000 logements (soit 53 % du parc de logements éligibles aux offres FttH), au moins deux opérateurs étaient en mesure de commercialiser des offres THD.

Au cours du premier trimestre 2014, le nombre d’abonnements au très haut débit (débit maximum descendant supérieur ou égal à 30 Mbit/s) a progressé de 155 000 pour atteindre plus de 2,2 millions, soit 505 000 abonnements supplémentaires en un an (+30%). Au sein du total des abonnements à très haut débit, le nombre d’abonnements en fibre optique de bout en bout (640 000 accès fin mars 2014) s’est accru de 69% en un an, soit +260 000 abonnements.

Les 2,2 millions d’abonnements incluent ceux des accès en VDSL2 bénéficiant effectivement d’un débit supérieur ou égal à 30 Mbit/s, technologie utilisée par les opérateurs depuis le 1er octobre 2013.

Le nombre d’abonnements au haut débit, c’est-à-dire ceux dont le débit maximum descendant est inférieur à 30 Mbit/s, s’élève à 23,0 millions (+140 000 en un trimestre).

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Vudu Launches 'Share My Movies' Program with UltraViolet

Vudu Launches 'Share My Movies' Program with UltraViolet | Box & OTT | Scoop.it

Walmart’s online video service Vudu is looking to make its digital libraries more attractive for users, with the service launching a “Share My Movies” program.

The lending option, which Vudu designed with UltraViolet, will allow members to share their movies with up to five people for the first time.

The program is a clever way for Vudu to sign up more members, especially if current users want to share their purchases with friends or family members that don’t yet have a Vudu account. Until now, Vudu users have been sharing their account passwords to let others watch titles they’ve bought.

 
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2014's Internet belongs to cord cutters | ZDNet

2014's Internet belongs to cord cutters | ZDNet | Box & OTT | Scoop.it
With every month that goes by, Netflix and other real-time video entertainment providers and their customers are dominating Internet usage more and more.

 

If you ever wondered why the last-mile ISPs, such as Comcast and Verizon, are so hot to get rid of net neutrality and charge media providers like Netflix—oh, and you—more money for broadband, look no further than Sandvine's Global Internet Phenomena Report for the first half of 2014 (PDF Link). There, you'll find that Netflix alone takes up 34.2 percent of peak period Internet traffic. That's a lot of bytes.

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Cord cutter Vs Classical watcher ?

 

In a bar, imagine one big guy drinking 5 pints while a small one is sipping his half pint.

 

You get it.

 

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Netflix Responsible For One-Third Of All North American Bandwitdth

Netflix Responsible For One-Third Of All North American Bandwitdth | Box & OTT | Scoop.it

In one of the biggest possible statements of intent about their popularity and/or quality that could be made by someone other than themselves, Netflix have this week been revealed in a study to be responsible for a huge one-third of all internet traffic in the continent of North America.

 

Sandvine also identified that 54% of all internet traffic (at an average of 212GB/month) currently comes from groups likely to be ‘cord cutters’, dropping pay-TV in favour of an online-exclusive audio/visual entertainment lifestyle, one which puts them in as the top 15% of ‘heaviest streaming users’ when it comes to audio and video.

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