Ooyala’s prediction of $40 billion Australian SVOD industry by 2020 is perhaps a little understated according to recent research.
Internet TV is set to grow into a $40 billion industry over the next five years. According to Telstra owned online video services provider Ooyala, the growth of Internet TV is underpinned by some very sophisticated software that relies on knowing viewers, perhaps much more than they think.
Lebara – better known for its low cost, pre-paid telephone calling cards launched Lebara Play – a TV and movie delivery system aimed squarely at Australian migrants that yearn for video content in their home language.
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