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Opera turns online video into smart TV apps

Opera turns online video into smart TV apps | C2M : veille Digital Media | Scoop.it

Opera Software has launched a next generation TV app technology that can transform online video into apps for smart TVs for no cost and in less than a minute.

The technology has already found its first partner in Dailymotion, the world’s second largest video site, which attracts over 112 million unique visitors and 2.5 billion video views each month.

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Orange to invest in Dailymotion and seek strategic partner

Orange to invest in Dailymotion and seek strategic partner | C2M : veille Digital Media | Scoop.it

Orange plans to invest between €30 and €50 million in Dailymotion and will not divest the online video site in the short term, according to CEO Stéphane Richard. However, Orange does plan to seek a strategic partner for Dailymotion in the autumn to contribute to its development and, in particular, to help establish it in the US market.

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Dailymotion to develop free Bollywood library

Dailymotion to develop free Bollywood library | C2M : veille Digital Media | Scoop.it

Dailymotion has agreed new content deals with leading Indian movie company Venus to bring Bollywood movies to fans around the world.

The new partnership will see more than 100 additional Bollywood movies uploaded onto Dailymotion in the coming months, making it the place to go for Indian film content online. They will also be hosting their premium movie catalogue in paid model for instant access to these latest and movies.

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Orange Acquired Dailymotion For $168 Million By Buying Out Remaining 51% Stake [Update: Orange Confirms]

Orange Acquired Dailymotion For $168 Million By Buying Out Remaining 51% Stake [Update: Orange Confirms] | C2M : veille Digital Media | Scoop.it

Back in January 2011, Orange acquired 49 percent of Dailymotion for $78 million (€59 million), and declared that they wanted to buy out the remaining 51 percent. But Dailymotion had to wait two years before further talks.

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