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Liberty Global to offer Netflix to all customers | Reuters

Liberty Global, theinternational telecommunications company controlled by Americantycoon John Malone, said on Wednesday it has struck a deal tooffer Netflix to all its customers directly via cableset top boxes.
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Lionsgate, Univision Unveil SVOD Movie Service for Hispanic Audience

Lionsgate, Univision Unveil SVOD Movie Service for Hispanic Audience | IP Medias TV V.O | Scoop.it
Lionsgate and Univision Communications are launching a premium subscription video on demand (SVOD) service early next year
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Apple to Take On Spotify With New Streaming Services

Apple to Take On Spotify With New Streaming Services | IP Medias TV V.O | Scoop.it
Apple, at its developers’ conference next week, is expected to announce a new set of music services, including $10-a-month streaming as well as a revamped free ad-supported Internet radio with channels hosted by human DJs.
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Amazon to Stream Video in High Dynamic Range Format in 2015

Amazon to Stream Video in High Dynamic Range Format in 2015 | IP Medias TV V.O | Scoop.it
Amazon, after launching select titles in 4K Ultra HD high-resolution video, said it plans to add support for High Dynamic Range displays -- promising a richer visual experience -- to its Prime Inst...
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Daniel Ravner: The second screen is dead, long live the second screen

Daniel Ravner: The second screen is dead, long live the second screen | IP Medias TV V.O | Scoop.it
Is second screen dead? No, thinks the Practical Innovation's CEO. Discover why.
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Have TV Everywhere Users Returned to the Couch? - eMarketer

Have TV Everywhere Users Returned to the Couch? - eMarketer | IP Medias TV V.O | Scoop.it
TV Everywhere usage among US pay TV subscribers nearly doubled year over year in Q4 2014, according to recent research, and total authenticated video views rose 266% last year. Consumption habits have changed, though. While TV Everywhere was once considered ideal for mobile, gaming consoles and OTT devices are seeing a bigger piece of the action.
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ISIS: You bomb us, we’ll interrupt your TV transmissions

ISIS: You bomb us, we’ll interrupt your TV transmissions | IP Medias TV V.O | Scoop.it
French broadcast signal affected, social media disturbed
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Weinstein Co. Selling TV Division to ITV in Potential $950 Million Deal (Exclusive)

Weinstein Co. Selling TV Division to ITV in Potential $950 Million Deal (Exclusive) | IP Medias TV V.O | Scoop.it
The Weinstein Company is in the process of selling its television division to ITV, the British broadcaster that has been on a buying spree of late, sources tell The Hollywood Reporter.
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5 things video analytics can do to grow your media business

5 things video analytics can do to grow your media business | IP Medias TV V.O | Scoop.it
They can help with viewer "stickiness," among other things.
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Amazon Prime Instant Video Now Supports Android Tablets

Amazon Prime Instant Video Now Supports Android Tablets | IP Medias TV V.O | Scoop.it

Amazon doesn't seem to particularly want Android users to enjoy its video streaming service. First it took its sweet time expanding the offering out from Fire and iOS devices. Then when it did finally bring the app to Android, it required installing the standard Amazon app, which then prompted you to install a dedicated Prime Instant Video app from the Amazon Appstore (Google Play, what's that?). After that, it only ran on phones. Tablets, for the most part, were inexplicably left out.

The latest version of Amazon Instant Video for Android fixes that. You still have to go through the website to watch videos, but at least it works. Here it is on my Nexus 7. (...)


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Children prefer catch-up, YouTube to linear TV | Advanced Television

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Children aged five to 16 spend an average of six and a half hours a day in front of a screen compared with around three hours in 1995, according to market research firm Childwise.

Screen time is made up of time spent watching TV, playing games consoles, using a mobile, computer or tablet.

The Connected Kids report has collated data from 1995 to the present day to create a comprehensive picture of children’s media habits. It finds that teenaged girls now spend an average of seven-and-a-half- hours watching screens, compared with 3.5 hours of TV viewing in 1995.

Younger children fare slightly better – in 1995, five to 10-year-olds averaged around two-and-a-half-hours of TV. Fast-forward to 2014 and screen time has risen to four-and-a-half hours.

Children are also now multi-screening – using more than one device at the same time, for example, watching TV while surfing the Internet on a tablet or mobile so some of the screen time will be concurrent.

“The main difference from the 1990s is that then TV and magazines were the main ways for connecting kids to the media and now they have different devices from tablets, mobiles, games consoles and they have a much higher screen time,” commented research executive Matthew Nevard.

Chilldren’s TV viewing habits have changed dramatically, with the majority now watching television via catch-up services and YouTube rather than the traditional TV set, according to the report.

YouTube is the most popular on-demand service with more than half of respondents accessing TV and video via the site since 2013. Paid-for on-demand services, such as Netflix, have also risen rapidly in recent years and are expected to continue to grow in popularity.

BBC One, on the other hand, has seen its audience of seven to 16-year-olds drop from over 80 per cent in 1995 to just over 40 per cent in 2014. ITV’s audience follows a similar trajectory.

The transition to digital, coupled with dedicated children’s channels, is another reason for the the drop in children’s viewing of the main channels with children now watching more content on dedicated channels such as CBBC, CITV, Nickelodeon and Disney.

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Ex-Disney and Microsoft execs join Netflix board of directors | IP&TV News

Ex-Disney and Microsoft execs join Netflix board of directors | IP&TV News | IP Medias TV V.O | Scoop.it
Internet TV giant Netflix has added Anne Sweeney and Brad Smith (who have executive experience with Disney and Microsoft respectively) to its board of directors
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Apple iTunes Offers 10-Movie Bundles for $10, With Disney and 20th Century Fox Sitting Out Promo

Apple iTunes Offers 10-Movie Bundles for $10, With Disney and 20th Century Fox Sitting Out Promo | IP Medias TV V.O | Scoop.it
Apple has teamed with five Hollywood studios for six different ten-movie bundles -- priced at $9.99, or a buck per movie -- in a one-day promotion celebrating the 10th anniversary of the tech giant selling digital movies.
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Futuresource: Netflix to rack up 80MN subs by end of 2016

Futuresource: Netflix to rack up 80MN subs by end of 2016 | IP Medias TV V.O | Scoop.it
In a far-reaching analysis of Netflix's current and almost certain future success, Futuresource is predicting that the SVOD juggernaut will roll on to a business with 80 million subscribers by the end of 2106.
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Netflix, HBO Streaming Video Traffic Increases As BitTorrent Declines

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A new report released today shows the continued domination Netflix has on North American Internet traffic patterns. According to broadband networking company Sandvine, which periodically releases its findings on web usage, Netflix now accounts for 36.5 percent of downstream traffic on fixed networks during peak evening hours, which is up from the 34.9 percent reported in the second half of 2014 . In addition, the study found that HBO is also seeing some growth, thanks in part to the launch of its new, over-the-top streaming service HBO NOW and the popularity of its “Game of Thrones” program in particular.

 

 

During the season five premiere of “Game of Thrones,” HBO’s two streaming properties, HBO GO and HBO NOW, accounted for 4.1 percent of traffic on one U.S. fixed network – an increase of over 300 percent of their average levels. (HBO GO is the streaming service offered to pay TV subscribers, while HBO NOW is the recently launched standalone service designed to appeal to cord cutters.)

 

Before the launch of HBO NOW, HBO GO only accounted for 1 percent of downstream traffic in the North American region, an earlier report stated. But as of today’s report, HBO GO accounts for 3.7 percent of HBO’s traffic share while HBO NOW only accounts for 0.7 percent of peak downstream traffic. Sandvine says this doesn’t mean that HBO NOW’s impact is minimal, but is rather related to the recency of its launch and its still-limited access. (It’s only available via Apple products and select cable providers, like Cablevision).

 

It’s important to note, however, that Sandvine is measuring HBO traffic only on one network during a Sunday broadcast, which is a bigger traffic day for HBO. In other words, the data on HBO’s traffic growth is preliminary – Sandvine says a full report on HBO is expected later this year.

 

Of course, HBO’s “Game of Thrones” has made headlines for being one of the most pirated television shows ever, even breaking records further into its fifth season this year as the sixth episode saw as many has 3.5 million users downloading the show on peer-to-peer file sharing sites.

 

However, Sandvine notes that overall BitTorrent (file-sharing) traffic is declining, and today only accounts for 6.3 percent of total traffic in North America and 8.5 percent of Latin American traffic.

 

Other streaming video services are also seeing more modest increases. For example, Amazon Instant Video still only holds a fraction of the bandwidth when compared with Netflix, but its traffic is growing. A year ago, the service had 1.90 percent of peak downstream traffic – now it’s at 1.97 percent.

 

 

 

Elsewhere, YouTube still has a sizable traffic share with 15.56 percent of peak downstream traffic. Hulu accounts for 1.91 percent of peak downstream traffic, and newly launched over-the-top cable service Sling TV accounts for less than 1 percent. However, Sandvine notes that Sling’s service launched only a month before data was collected, so it may be too soon to truly understand its potential impact.

 

Mobile

 

On mobile networks, Sandvine found that Latin America’s mobile traffic is now increasingly controlled by just two companies: Facebook and Google. Combined, these two companies’ various properties, including Facebook, Instagram, WhatsApp, YouTube, Google Play, and more, account for more than 60 percent of mobile traffic.

 

Across North America, real-time entertainment is the most popular mobile traffic category with social networking apps coming in second. YouTube is also popular on mobile, with 21.2 percent of peak downstream traffic up from 17.7 percent in the first half of 2104.

 

 

Facebook’s traffic share has been increasing over the past 18 months as well, thanks to the addition of auto-playing videos which caused an average of 60 percent more Facebook consumption per user.

 

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Netflix CEO Reed Hastings received $11.1 million in 2014

Netflix CEO Reed Hastings received $11.1 million in 2014 | IP Medias TV V.O | Scoop.it
The money streamed in for Netflix CEO Reed Hastings, with his pay up 44% to $11.1 million last year.
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What Are They Thinking? The eight principles for transforming Axel Springer | Capital New York

What Are They Thinking? The eight principles for transforming Axel Springer | Capital New York | IP Medias TV V.O | Scoop.it
The German publisher's adaptation to a post-German, global, paperless media landscape
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THE PROGRAMMATIC-ADVERTISING REPORT: Mobile, video, and real-time bidding drive growth in programmatic

THE PROGRAMMATIC-ADVERTISING REPORT: Mobile, video, and real-time bidding drive growth in programmatic | IP Medias TV V.O | Scoop.it
In this all-new in-depth research from BI Intelligence that updates our popular July 2014 report on programmatic and includes new statistics and forecasts.
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U.S. Teens’ Social Media Activity Is Diversifying, Says Pew

U.S. Teens’ Social Media Activity Is Diversifying, Says Pew | IP Medias TV V.O | Scoop.it
Anyone in tech can tell you that Actual Teens are hallowed ground. Where teens' tastes wander, the industry froths itself into a frenzy attempting to follow...
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HBO Now is the exception to the cord-cutting rule

HBO Now is the exception to the cord-cutting rule | IP Medias TV V.O | Scoop.it
HBO's standalone video-streaming service has debuted on the Apple TV, iPhone, and iPad. It's called HBO Now, and it costs just $15 per month -- much less than it would normally cost to access HBO, ...
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Here's proof people are cutting the cord on cable TV

Here's proof people are cutting the cord on cable TV | IP Medias TV V.O | Scoop.it
It could really heat up when Apple introduces its streaming TV product this fall.
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Next Apple TV model will reportedly not have 4K video streaming support | VentureBeat | Media | by Daniel Terdiman

Next Apple TV model will reportedly not have 4K video streaming support | VentureBeat | Media | by Daniel Terdiman | IP Medias TV V.O | Scoop.it
According to BuzzFeed, Apple is holding off on including the technology, most likely until costs come down.
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Will Facebook video be like Pandora to YouTube's Spotify? Algorithm vs user choice?

It’s 2015, time to turn on Facebook TV. Over the top, personalized and in your stream. Just a few months into the year and the noise surrounding Facebook’s drive to video has already intensified.When we last posted back in January, we were seeing major media companies utilizing Facebook’s native video player, and ending their strategy of posting video content solely on YouTube, a trend brought to life by the astonishing fact that Facebook’s native video views had jumped from 1 billion a day in September 2014 to 3 billion a day at the end of January 2015. (...)


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German firms embrace start-ups to catch up with digital world

DUESSELDORF, Germany (Reuters) - Latecomers to the digital age, big German companies have started teaming up with start-ups to shake up their conservative business culture and keep pace with a world increasingly
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