The French video-sharing platform Dailymotion has joined YouTube and Netflix in scaling down the amount of bandwidth given to videos on its website during the Coronavirus crisis.
Dailymotion has been ordered to pay Italy’s Mediaset €5.5 million for breaching copyright law.
France’s National Commission for Computing and Freedom (CNIL) has fined the video platform Dailymotion €50,000 for failing to secure its customers’ personal data.
US broadband households watch an average of two hours of alternative content on a computer each week from sources including Facebook, SnapChat, YouTube, Vimeo, and Dailymotion.
Vivendi-owned Dailymotion has expanded its distribution to Amazon Fire TV and Fire TV Stick.
Dailymotion are launching a new app for Android TV devices including Sony Smart TVs and the Nvidia Shield.
Gazprom Media has reached an agreement with Dailymotion, the online video service owned by Vivendi that was permanently blocked in Russia in January this year.
Russia has permanently blocked Dailymotion, the online video service owned by Vivendi.
Vivendi’s online video platform, Dailymotion, is being redesigned and a new version will be launched in April, said Dailymotion chairman Maxime Saada.
Vivendi has acquired an 80% stake in Dailymotion from Orange for €217 million.