Rakuten is to launch a new live streaming and VOD sports entertainment platform designed to deliver sports content to a global audience.
Rakuten has launched a live video streaming service, called Rakuten Live, which will allow artists, celebrities and general users to live stream videos and communicate with viewers in real-time.
German media company Tele München Gruppe (TMG) has made Filmtastic, its subscription video-on-demand service for cineastes, available on OTT platform Rakuten TV (formerly wuaki.tv) in Germany and Austria.
Wuaki, the streaming service owned by Japanese e-commerce giant Rakuten, has announced that the number of users across Europe has reached four million.
Further European expansion next year will see Wuaki.tv live in 15 countries by the end of 2015.
Streaming video provider Wuaki.tv has launched its video-on-demand (VOD) service in Germany.
Video-on-demand (VOD) provider Wuaki.tv will offer movies from Constantin Medien when it launches in Germany on November 25, 2014 following a licence deal signed with the German film production and distribution company.
Video-on-demand (VOD) provider Wuaki.tv will launch in Germany on November 25, 2014 co-founder and COO Josep Mitjà told Broadband TV News at German media industry conference Medientage München 2014.
Rakuten’s Wuaki TV is launching in France, the third country for the VOD service, after Spain and the UK.
Wuaki.tv, a streaming service for movies and TV series, will launch in France this summer and in Germany and Italy by the end of the year.