Tubi is billed as "the world's largest ad-supported video on demand service with over 20,000 movies and TV shows from nearly every major Hollywood studio" and is available to stream on more than 25 types of devices, with the company recording impressive growth over the last year.
With the "Streaming Wars" in full swing, the growth of streaming services in Australia keeps growing with some must-see streaming TV stats from Switch Media.
Foxtel has launched Foxtel Now and has no doubt it will shake up the Australian streaming video-on-demand market.
What I am about to say might seem crazy, but I’m as appy as Pharrell Williams to let you know the SBS On Demand app for iOS has now added Chromecast compatibility.
SBS has enhanced its iPhone and iPad app, promising "the world’s best TV shows and movies as well as their favourite SBS shows".
Communications technology and services company Ericsson has launched its global TV and Video on Demand (VOD) content discovery portfolio which will by rolled out across Australia, Canada, the United States and Europe offering rich metadata, images, real-time triggering, analytics and 360 degree search and personalisation.
Optus has sealed a partnership with Stan to offer a three month bonus subscription to the video on demand service for customers who sign up for an eligible Home Broadband bundle on a 24-month contract.
Telstra TV is now serving up Seven’s 7Tennis app with up to 16 courts ‘live and free’ from the Australian Open available on Telstra TV from today.
Although Channel 10 is still yet to take the live streaming plunge like Channel 7, its catchup streaming service ‘tenplay’ has arrived on Telstra TV.
There’s not long to go before the iconic race that stops the nation - here’s where to watch the Melbourne Cup live!
If you want to watch the 2015 Melbourne Cup live from your smartphone, tablet, PC or Mac, here’s how and where to go.
Bingeing on multiple TV episodes one after the other is prevalent amongst Video-on-Demand subscribers, as consumers flock to VOD services in droves, according to a new global market report.
Unlike Netflix and Presto, VOD service Stan has published subscriber numbers. It reaches nearly a million Australians, but is still losing money.
In case you thought it would be business as usual with iiNet in new hands, think again and it didn’t take long for things to change. Less than a week after the acquisition was approved, TPG has pulled Fetch TV from iiNet. What else will change?
Global TV advertising is still growing, despite the many Internet based challengers.
Struggling video streaming company Quickflix hopes to combine with an unnamed Chinese company, which will use its technology for global distribution of Chinese content.
Subscription video on demand (SVOD) services have boomed big time in Australia this year, with 2 million subscriptions recorded at end June 2015 alone.
Presto has finally come to Smart TVs in native form, rather than via Google’s ChromeCast, with Samsung the first Smart TV maker to offer native Presto.
Netflix Australia has announced its pricing, one day before officially launching.
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