Quickflix disrupted the corner video store with online DVD rental – now it has been disrupted by over the top (OTT) streaming and Video on Demand (SVOD) services.
It’s not just Netflix letting us know what’s in store for September, but Presto too with a stack of shows for me and you.
We were once iPod-crazy, now Australians are going SVOD-crazy with a range of streaming subscription services as usage and viewing go exponential!
The race to deliver ever more content on Presto has led to the streaming of a tragically sordid affair.
Struggling video streaming company Quickflix hopes to combine with an unnamed Chinese company, which will use its technology for global distribution of Chinese content.
DVD rental and streaming pioneer Quickflix has requested a trading halt in its shares on the ASX, only until Monday. That almost certainly means someone is about to buy it.
Subscription video on demand (SVOD) services have boomed big time in Australia this year, with 2 million subscriptions recorded at end June 2015 alone.
Under pressure from Netflix and other new entrants, struggling streaming pioneer Quickflix has revamped its distribution arrangements.
Just two months after launching in Australia, 400,000 households have signed up to Netflix, exceeding the total of all its competitors.
Presto has entered into a conditional agreement with Quickflix to offer Presto’s content to Quickflix customers, subject to a series of commercial requirements before being finalised.
With all the new legal streaming services in Australia, what are the important things to consider when signing up to a streaming service? Here’s ACMA’s advice.
It’s a small world, after all, when the magic mountain of Disney content lands on Netflix Australia and New Zealand.
Local Netflix competitor Quickflix is hemorrhaging money in a bid to acquire both new customers and content, losing $10.15 million for the full year to June 30.
Accommodation booking company Airbnb has appointed Sam McDonagh as country manager for Australia and New Zealand.
Pay TV giant Foxtel has slashed the price of its streaming product Presto by half, amid rumours the service is struggling in the face of competition from Netflix and local competitor Quickflix.
Australian streaming company Quickflix will neither confirm nor deny it is in talks with US streaming giant Netflix.
Australian video streaming company Quickflix, its share price languishing, has become an attractive takeover target.
US streaming video supplier Netflix is planning to launch in Australia, holding talks with local content suppliers. So say the continuing rumours, but the ground is shifting under its feet and it may be too late.
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