Vivendi-owned Dailymotion has expanded its distribution to Amazon Fire TV and Fire TV Stick.
Global platforms are diversifying into video and using it to solidify their core business proposition.
According to research company Mediavision American streaming services have 35,000 hours of content on the Swedish market.
The number of households worldwide which pay for streaming video services such as Netflix and Amazon Video has now broken through the 250 million mark, according to the latest research from Strategy Analytics’ TV and Media Strategies service.
Sky and BT are “very likely” to face competition from Amazon in the new Premier League rights auction, according to a leading analyst.
Amazon Fire TV customers are now able to browse the web with Firefox and Silk browsers on their TV bringing back YouTube to the platform.
It appears that the television industry is being haunted by a ghost named FANGA.
Discovery Communications is launching Motor Trend OnDemand, with programming for motoring fans, on Amazon Channels in the UK.
Juniper Research has identified 2018 as the year in which OTT (Over the Top) players including Amazon and Facebook turn sporting events into the next content battleground by bidding for (and winning) key packages in major rights auctions, including those for football’s English Premier League.
Google says it will remove YouTube from Amazon Fire TV from January 1. At the same time the videosharing website will also be removed from Amazon’s Echo Show.