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Netflix Shares Huge Content While Approaching Disney's Streaming Service

Netflix has released figures for some of its films and series – a show of strength for investors in anticipation of the next streaming wars between Disney and AT & T. Bird box, which Netflix had previously reported accumulating over… Continue Reading →

The streaming platforms in India, including Netflix, are adopting a content self-regulation plan to prevent potential censorship; Amazon Prime Video does not connect

Netflix and other video streaming platforms have signed an agreement to self-regulate content in the booming Indian market. But Amazon and Facebook are up until now. The new "Code of Best Practice for Selected Content Providers Online", created by Internet… Continue Reading →

The Grouvy Today announced plans to develop customized Alexa skills for advertisers for six personalities via its branded content studio of 175 people

The Grouvy Today plans to create custom Alexa skills for advertisers via its branded content studio for around six figures. The campaigns will be sold as a white-label service, with no distribution offer, but only production. Why it's important: Amazon… Continue Reading →

Apple's content ambitions push it beyond its hardware

Apple's history with CES ranges from avoidance to public competition. This year, however, the company managed to make the event one of the newspapers, even though it did not attend. As expected, the company went on to announce that the… Continue Reading →

Sources: Social media platforms are preparing to fight radical new rules to remove "illegal" content within 24 hours, proposed by the Indian government at the end of last year

NEW DELHI (Reuters) – Global giants of social media and technology are gearing up to fight the radical new rules proposed by the Indian government that would force them to actively regulate the content of one of the biggest markets… Continue Reading →

French TV producers agree to give Salto, an OTT service for French content, extended and exclusive content rights, blocking Netflix sales, and so on.

The main French broadcasting companies have reached an agreement with the producers that will allow them to remove their content from streaming services – including Netflix and Amazon – in order to be able to broadcast it exclusively on their… Continue Reading →

China's Internet censorship approves new regulations for start-up blockchain, requiring registration of users' names, censorship of content, etc., starting Feb. 15.

The Chinese Internet censorship agency has approved a set of rules for blockchain service providers in the country that will come into effect in mid-February. The Chinese Cyberspace Administration (CAC) released its new "Blockchain Information Services Management Regulation" on Thursday,… Continue Reading →

Netflix has published nearly 345 original series, movies and other productions in 2018, which corresponds to approximately 90,000 minutes or 1,500 hours of content.

Netflix has released a ridiculous amount of original programming in 2018. How ridiculous? According to Quartz, the video giant has spent almost 90,000 minutes – nearly 1,500 hours – of original series, films and other productions this year. It's been… Continue Reading →

Samsung's 2018 and 2019 TV models will be able to access iTunes content directly through a dedicated app and support Apple's AirPlay 2 wireless streaming standard.

The 2018 and 2019 Samsung TVs will be able to access your library of iTunes movies and TV shows and read it, the company announced. You will also be able to buy and rent content from iTunes directly from the… Continue Reading →

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