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Last week in media: Walt Disney dominates, broadcasters ITV, ProSieben and Viacom update on streaming video services

2019-05-13 07:00:00| Telecompaper Headlines

(Telecompaper) Walt Disney once more dominated the news in the global media market. The Telecompaper Stock Index (TPSI) Global Consumer Media performed in line (-2.1%) with the S&P 500 index (-2.2%) in week 19. Other news was mostly earnings and streaming video related. ITV, Snap and McClathcy all lost 11 percent, whereas Sinclair Broadcast was the week's biggest winner with a gain of no less than 38 percent. This puts Sinclair easily on top in the year-to-date view, gaining 135 percent. Snap, winning 90 percent, nearly doubled from the end of 2018.

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Joyn free TV streaming platform for Germany to start in June 2019

2019-05-08 09:30:33| Digital TV News

In June 2019, Joyn (formerly 7TV), the app featuring Germanys biggest range of Free-TV content, will be launched. Joyn, the joint venture of ProSiebenSat.1 and Discovery, offers live streams from over 50 TV channels plus an extensive on-demand offering.

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nanocosmos and Videon partner to offer ultra low latency live streaming

2019-05-06 16:30:57| Digital TV News

nanocosmos and Videon have announced that they are partnering to provide an ultra low latency live streaming workflow based on Videon's edge compute encoder technology and nanocosmos' ultra low latency live streaming nanoStream Cloud.

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Conviva stats show massive failure rate of streaming TV ads

2019-04-30 12:30:42| Digital TV News

Conviva has published the Q119 edition of its State of the Streaming TV Industry report giving updates related to consumption patterns, device market share, and customer experience issues. The report also provides insights on streaming TV advertising and social media engagement for the first time.

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Disney Goes Over the Top: How Does Its Streaming Service Stack Up?

2019-04-19 14:00:00| TechNewsWorld

The Walt Disney Corporation officially announced Disney+, its direct-to-consumer streaming service, during its Investor Day webcast last week. The new over-the-top service will become available on Nov. 12 for a $6.99 month subscription. Disney+ will arrive with more than 25 new TV programs, as well as more than 10 new movies. The service will expand to include Disney classics and other IP.

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