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Le service de télévision Molotov aurait dépassé le million d’utilisateurs

Le service de télévision Molotov aurait dépassé le million d’utilisateurs | C2M : veille Digital Media | Scoop.it
Lancée en juillet dernier, la plate-forme veut atteindre les deux millions d’utilisateurs en France d’ici à la fi
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Canal+ va lancer une offre de TV payante en Birmanie

Canal+ va lancer une offre de TV payante en Birmanie | C2M : veille Digital Media | Scoop.it
Le groupe Canal+ (Vivendi) a passé un accord avec Forever Group, premier groupe de médias privés en Birmanie, en vue de lancer cette année une offre de télévision payante dans le pays, selon un communiqué publié jeudi.
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La révolution du modèle Canal+ va bousculer les chaînes gratuites

La révolution du modèle Canal+ va bousculer les chaînes gratuites | C2M : veille Digital Media | Scoop.it
Avec les nouvelles offres CanalSat réalisées avec Orange et Free, le nombre d’abonnés aux chaînes payante
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De plus en plus de foyers ne s’abonnent qu’à la SVOD : le « Do It Yourself » gagne du terrain face aux offres linéaires

De plus en plus de foyers ne s’abonnent qu’à la SVOD : le « Do It Yourself » gagne du terrain face aux offres linéaires | C2M : veille Digital Media | Scoop.it
Ampere Analysis publie une nouvelle étude qui révèle que le marché de la SVOD est en forte hausse partout dans le monde et engendre d
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SVOD ou Télévision Payante : quoi choisir ?

SVOD ou Télévision Payante : quoi choisir ? | C2M : veille Digital Media | Scoop.it
TDG Research publie le résultat d’une enquête réalisée auprès d’internautes américains portant sur leur choix entre la SVOD et la télévisio
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YouTube launches subscription channels

YouTube launches subscription channels | C2M : veille Digital Media | Scoop.it

YouTube has launched a subscription channels pilot for its site and announced 53 initial participant networks that will kick-off the scheme. 

The much-rumoured move will see the Google-owned video site experiment with a new way to monetise content on its site – alongside its core ad-based model – and has already secured a number of high profile trialists.

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Enabled by OTT, Pay TV Lite is the new market opportunity

Enabled by OTT, Pay TV Lite is the new market opportunity | C2M : veille Digital Media | Scoop.it

‘Pay TV Lite’ could be one of the most interesting developments for the TV industry over the next few years in countries where there is a significant free-to-air market, with platform operators battling online video aggregators, especially movie providers, for any untapped revenue in non-subscription homes. This is about to happen in the UK where BSkyB’s NOW TV online offer was launched with a movie focus but will evolve into a cross-genre package including sports and entertainment channels. Content will be available in smaller bundles and with more flexible contract terms than traditional Pay TV, like the ability to subscribe one month at a time.

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OTT rental revenue to surpass pay TV

Over-the-top (OTT) revenue is set to quadruple to $32 billion, up from the expected $8.2 billion in 2012, according to ABI Research.

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YouTube lance une offre de télévision payante

YouTube lance une offre de télévision payante | C2M : veille Digital Media | Scoop.it
YouTube lance une offre de télévision payante
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Canal+ lance une offre de mini-séries payantes pour mobile

Canal+ lance une offre de mini-séries payantes pour mobile | C2M : veille Digital Media | Scoop.it
Canal+, dont le nombre d'abonnés ne cesse de chuter, fait le pari que des spectateurs lassés de la télévision, notamment les jeunes, seront prêts à s'abonner pour ces contenus sur mobile.
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De plus en plus de foyers ne s’abonnent qu’à la SVOD : le « Do It Yourself » gagne du terrain face aux offres linéaires

De plus en plus de foyers ne s’abonnent qu’à la SVOD : le « Do It Yourself » gagne du terrain face aux offres linéaires | C2M : veille Digital Media | Scoop.it
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Marketing is the biggest challenge for pure-play operator OTT

Marketing is the biggest challenge for pure-play operator OTT | C2M : veille Digital Media | Scoop.it

Jakob Bøgh Sørensen, Head of OTT at TDC Consumer, the telco/cable/mobile organisation that includes Denmark’s incumbent cable operator YouSee, has summed up the threats and opportunities that OTT present to traditional Pay TV operators. Speaking at Digital Home World Summit on Wednesday he admitted that Netflix could hurt YouSee VOD revenues or lead to other forms of ‘cord-shaving’ (people cutting back on their TV packages) and maybe even cord-cutting.

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Multiscreen to help pay-TV operators offset OTT threat, Articles

Multiscreen to help pay-TV operators offset OTT threat, Articles | C2M : veille Digital Media | Scoop.it

Despite the dire competitive threat posed from over-the-top (OTT) services, pay-TV operators can thrive by offering more in terms of multiscreen services new research from IHS suggests.

 “The pay-TV industry today is facing an increasingly competitive environment that is not helped by the recent entrance of platform-agnostic OTT services like Netflix, Amazon and others,” explained Guy Bisson, research director for television at HIS.

“To stave off this threat, pay-TV operators during the past few years have been offering services based on the triple-play of television, Internet and telephony. However, operators now need to offer new services, including mobile telephony, Wi-Fi access outside of the home and multiscreen, OTT-like access to video on-the-move. These services will be required for pay-TV operators to continue cultivating new RGUs in the future.”

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Farncombe hails cardless CA for some broadcast networks

Farncombe hails cardless CA for some broadcast networks | C2M : veille Digital Media | Scoop.it

A Farncombe White Paper looking at broadcast content security has concluded that is is now appropriate to use of cardless CA solutions in a one-way network in certain scenarios, namely:

- Where the Pay TV operator involved has a low reach and therefore a low potential customer base for the pirate);

- Where the operator has a low volume of premium content that is not available elsewhere;

- Where the operator is in a market with high broadband penetration and speeds;

- Where it is being used for free-to-air services that are applying geographical restrictions.

 

According to the consulting firm, which has a long heritage in content security, these are the circumstances where the incentives for pirates to attack the network are low, as long as barriers to hacking are kept sufficiently high. The lack of reach or premium content obviously reduces the value of the service for hacking. The reason high broadband speeds are relevant is because this makes illegal content redistribution easier and Farncombe explains in the paper that content redistribution will become the main piracy threat over the next five years

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Canal Plus prépare des offres triple play

Canal Plus prépare des offres triple play | C2M : veille Digital Media | Scoop.it

Canal Plus pourrait bientôt proposer ses offres triple play. En tous cas, la chaîne cryptée s'y prépare activement. Comme l'a révélé Univers Freebox, elle a mené avec BVA un sondage sur différentes offres combinant télévision, téléphone et ADSL.

 

En pratique, les offres testées visent essentiellement à utiliser comme box le décodeur de Canal Plus, baptisé "le Cube". Pour la chaîne cryptée, l'intérêt est évident: elle pourra ainsi mettre dans sa poche le juteux prix de location de cette box (le sondage parle de six euros par mois), comme elle le fait déjà pour ses abonnés via satellite ou hertzien. Rappelons que dans les offres ADSL actuelles, le produit de la location de la box va entièrement dans la poche du fournisseur d'accès, ce qui fait que, vu de Canal, les abonnés ADSL sont bien moins rentables que les abonnés satellite ou hertziens.

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