Spuul To Stream Content From Indian Channels Colors And MTV Via Tie–Up With IndiaCast

TV18 and Viacom18′s content asset monetization joint venture IndiaCast, has tied–up with online video streaming service Spuul. The association will enable online streaming of selective content from IndiaCasts’s Colors and MTV Channels via Spuul’s Streaming Platform.Spuul had signed a deal with IndiaCast earlier this year, to secure streaming rights for over 60 current and upcoming Hindi...
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YouTube Gets 40% Of Views From Mobile: Google

Google today announced that it earned $14.89 billion in consolidated revenue and $2.97 billion in net income in Q3. The search engine giant also shared some insights about its video sharing site YouTube. According to Google, 40% of YouTube’s traffic comes from mobile. This traffic was only 25% last year while its was mere 6% in 2011. At this rate it would not be wrong to say that by next year,...
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Google Planning To Bring YouTube To TV Screens In India Via DTH Providers

People in India will soon be able to access YouTube on their television sets thanks to Google. With an aim to boost YouTube usage in India, Google is in talks with a few DTH providers to bring the service to TV screens, as per a recent report by the Economic Times. “When we talk to direct-to-home providers or television makers or device makers, it’s so that you can watch YouTube on every...
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Spuul Makes TV Shows Available For Consumption Just 30 Minutes Post Broadcast

Spuul has put forth an option of letting viewers access televised content, just 30 minutes post their broadcast. The company has presently tied-up with Star Network and TV Shows from Star Plus and Star TV will now be made available for online streaming.Online content consumption is on the rise in India. Owing to large screened devices like Phablets and Tablets, supported by high speed data networks...
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More Than 50% Of Video Viewers Prefer Their Mobile Screens Confirms Sony LIV

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The video content consumption has been ascending in the recent times. But, the primary driver for the same, aren’t large-screened tablets or powerful computers, but the Mobile Phones. A combined two-quarter results announced by sonyliv.com, an Online Entertainment destination, owned and operated by Multi Screen Media (MSM) indicates, from the total viewership of videos, about 53% of viewers routinely...
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Google Seeks Content For Television Via Internet

Search Giant Google is apparently trying to pave way to offer TV-Style broadcasting via internet. It seems the company is conducting a series of investigations about the possibilities & sources of content as well.This time, the company is trying to beam premium & paid content. Since the advent of Direct To Home (DTH), the concept of Pay Per View (PPV) & selective content has taken strong...
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MobStac Teams Up With Vdopia To Monetize Video Content

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Mobile cloud publishing company MobStac has partnered online video advertising company Vdopia to monetize their digital properties and video content effectively across all mobile devices. As a result of the partnership publishers and businesses using the MobStac cloud platform to power their mobile websites and apps now have easy access to brands that wish to advertise on their premium video content...
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Online Video Consumption On Desktops In India Reaches 3.7 Billion Per Month

India has seen a huge increase in total online video consumption since past two years. As per the latest report from comScore, India has watched 3.7 billion videos per month on their personal computers.  This dramatic growth has been driven by a sizable increase in the number of online video viewers, in addition to increasing consumption per viewer. The total online video audience in India has...
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YouTube May Charge For Some Of Its Services By The End Of The Year

Youtube has seen quite a bit of cosmetic and UI changes over the last year. The website was revamped numerous times, there were some issues regarding video streaming time and issues with video upload but despite all it has gone through, YouTube still remains the number one video sharing website on the internet. YouTube, by the end of the year might start having paid subscriptions for some of the content...
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Google To Start ‘Pay-Per-View’ On Youtube. Will You Pay To Watch?

Google is slowly monetizing its Youtube platform. In the latest step, it is contemplating offering Pay Per View (PPV) option to viewers. In an apparent step to fight the rampant piracy, YouTube could soon feature premiere movies which are currently available via many DTH operators. Though Google has not confirmed yet, this monetization drive could include certain videos too. Google had acquired Youtube...
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