10 Startups Changing the Video Space

Video began its evolution decades before the Internet changed it forever. In fact, it seems the way audiences create, share, and watch content is never stagnant for long. This is especially true in an era of apps. In the innovative video space, there seems to be no shortage of startups that are making a big […]

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Rabbit TV: “Growth matches pay-TV losses”

Traditional TV providers continue to lose subscribers, with the top 10 shedding over 400,000 subscribers this past quarter alone. While cord-cutting has been acknowledged for some time now, these are worst-ever numbers for the pay-TV providers. According to analysts Craig Moffett and Michael Nathanson: “A year ago, the pay-TV sector was shrinking at an annual […]

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Actually, It's Not OTT; It's Television

The television and entertainment industry is flush with news and opinion stories appearing daily, often hourly, on OTT and its impact on the business. Today I’m going to dispense with the Over The Top (OTT) label and call it for what it really is: Television. Witness some of the recent announcements and trends: 1) A+E Networks […]

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Rabbit TV Hops Into New Free Facebook App

Expands beyond subscription offerings with 250+ free channels on the new app In a bid to expand interest in its over-the-top subscription service, FreeCast’s Rabbit TV has launched a free Facebook app that will include over 250 streaming channels. The move is designed to provide users access with some of its content and to drive […]

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Engaging viewers is a win-win for OTT players,...

How do millennials find and watch video content? That’s a question nagging both media and entertainment industry players and brand advertisers hoping to reach this coveted demographic. And there doesn’t seem to be a true solution to content discovery yet. The OTT Video Executive Summit has never failed to deliver at least a few sit-up-and-take-notice […]

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FreeCast to launch USD 2.99/month VoD service

US streaming TV start-up FreeCast plans to offer its Select TV service in all 210 US TV designated market areas (DMAs) with an STB costing less than a typical monthly cable bill and access to hundreds of thousands of TV episodes, films, radio stations, live events and streaming channels for USD 2.99 a month. Users […]

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