The ABC claims its move to make registration for iview users compulsory after 1 July is meant to help users in the wake of a survey carried out in 2020, but is silent when asked why, if this is the case, registration is not made voluntary.
The Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA) has released another research report in its ‘Communications and media in Australia’ series, with headline figures showing 8.2 million terabytes of data downloaded, 9.6 billion voice minutes and more.
Foxtel and the Australian Broadcasting Corporation have expanded their relationship with the ABC’s iview service to join the suite of on-demand services available through Foxtel’s IQ3 and IQ4 set top boxes.
The Australian Subscription Video on Demand services market continues to grow, with 9.1 million Aussies now taking out subscriptions and revenues reaching more than US$700 million by the end of the 2018 financial year.
Nvidia's Shield TV goes on sale in Australia and New Zealand next month, after being launched in the US three years ago.
Good God, VOD is a hit in the way General Zod never was, with “subscribers” to free and paid services up 30%, and nearly half of those subscribers claiming to “rarely watch Free to Air TV”.
Media companies and broadcasters are challenged by evolving consumer demands. They are being forced to look what opportunities there are if they are not going to be beaten by new disruptors – Facebook, Amazon, Netflix, Google. Ooyala may have the answer.
Binge-watching of television has now pervaded the worldwide community of Netflix viewers who the video-on-demand service says are weaving film into their television binge routines.
Netflix has hit a high of 5.75 million subscribers to its video on demand service, despite the latest research revealing that over four in ten people with Netflix in the home watch less than three hours a week, including some subscribers viewing nothing at all.
There's now another way to watch highly-regarded BBC TV shows.
SBS has enhanced its iPhone and iPad app, promising "the world’s best TV shows and movies as well as their favourite SBS shows".
Residents of the Asia Pacific region, including Australia, on average spend around six hours a week watching TV and, despite the prevalence of on-demand video, 83% still watch TV via broadcast TV channels.
It’s August, and the latest content Netflix Australia is visually tempting you with is listed below!
The great streaming content wars continue full steam ahead, with more of Netflix Australia’s selection of July 2016 content still arriving.
Demand for subscription video on demand (SVOD) services delivered over the Internet is booming, with 2.7 million Australians already signed up with active subscriptions to the services, according to the latest report from analyst firm Telsyte.
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.
Presto’s tagline is ‘demand more,’ and with the streamlining and updating of its community site, it’s good to see Presto demanding more even of itself.
If you want to watch the 2015 Melbourne Cup live from your smartphone, tablet, PC or Mac, here’s how and where to go.
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