More than a quarter of German households (28%) are using streaming video services such as Amazon Prime Video, Netflix or maxdome.
Following a closed beta period that began in December 2016, virtual reality (VR) and 360-degree video streaming company Visbit is releasing their service into open beta.
Palo Alto-based Wurl TV has announced that Wurl’s internet-delivered programming is now available on TiVo’s cable TV and retail set-top boxes.
For the first time ever, the percentage of free or paid streaming video subscribers in the US (68%) has caught up to the number of paid TV subscribers (67%), according to new research from the Consumer Technology Association (CTA).
Netflix added 7.05 million new streaming customers in the fourth quarter and ended 2016 with 93.8 million subscribers worldwide.
The HbbTV Association has announced a Request for Proposals (RfP) for the creation of a reference application for online streaming of DRM protected video to HbbTV televisions and set-top boxes.
The turnover generated by video-on-demand (VOD) services on the internet is expected to rise by 18% to €945 million in Germany in 2017.
CES 2017. OTT steraming service TVPlayer has signed an exclusive three-year deal with Frequency, a cloud-based internet video service that aggregates and distributes video from digital providers.
According to the NPD Connected Intelligence Connected Home Forecast, by the end of 2019, 238 million installed devices are expected to be connected to the internet in the US.
INFOGRAPHIC. Multiple streaming services rises over 50% in 3 years, posing new challenges to the video marketplace, according to GfK research.