Vivendi is investigating the idea of a subscription VOD service in Europe and Japan.
Vivendi’s subscription video-on-demand service Watchever has renewed its content deal with CBS Studios International for several years enabling its German customers to access several hundred series episodes from the US studio.
Amazon Prime Instant Video is currently the most-used video-on-demand (VOD) service in Germany with a market share of 33.2%. iTunes (Apple) and maxdome (ProSiebenSat.1) follow with 11.3% each.
German subscription video-on-demand service Watchever has launched a music section.
German subscription video-on-demand provider Watchever has launched a stand-alone service for children.
German subscription video-on-demand service Watchever has become available on the Xbox One.
Stefan Schulz and Sabine Anger, co-founders and since January 2013 managing directors of Watchever, will leave Vivendi’s German video-on-demand (VOD) portal at the end of September 2014.
The planned entry of global market leader Netflix into the German video-on-demand (VOD) market shows the first effects: French media company Vivendi is apparently evaluating the sale of its German VOD service Watchever.
The German video-on-demand (VOD) industry is eagerly awaiting the launch of global market leader Netflix in Germany.
ZDF Enterprises and VOD-portal Watchever have signed a two year contract for the on demand streaming of top class feature films and popular series from ZDF Enterprises’ catalogue.