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#Wuaki.tv offre un Chromecast avec l'achat d'une saison de série TV (Numerama)

Disponible en France depuis septembre, Wuaki.tv est la plateforme de vidéo à la demande (VOD) du groupe japonais Rakuten. Contrairement aux services de SVOD qui doivent patienter trois ans avant de proposer un film qui vient de sortir, Wuaki a le droit de l’exploiter après un délai de…

Digital Entertainment Marketing

This chart explains why Spotify added video

It’s easy to see why Spotify is moving into video. According to data from GlobalWebIndex, charted for us by BI Intelligence, 87% of Spotify users watched a video clip online, while 70% of its users watched TV on demand in the past month. 46 more words

Web Tv

Daniel Barnes @ the SN&R/CSIndy (5/21 issues)

*In this year’s SN&R summer movie preview, me and Jim Lane pick our most anticipated films of the season.  My portion of the Summer Movie Preview was also… 112 more words

In Theaters

Our Shifting Viewing Habits

Nielsen did a huge survey earlier this year where they asked 30,000 viewers worldwide questions about how they view video content. The responses show how quickly people are changing their viewing habits in response to the proliferation of new options. 747 more words

The Industry

Twitch announced today that its mobile application now supports video on demand content, a feature that has been requested by fans of the service for quite some time. 224 more words


Rentrak Cross-Platform Entertainment Rankings – May 20, 2015

Disney/Marvel’s summer mega-hit “Avengers: Age of Ultron” got off to a phenomenal start in China, grossing a truly staggering $156.3 million in the six days since its Tuesday debut, pushing it to the number one spot on our global chart.  528 more words

Box Office

#Netflix To China: Let's Partner Up And Make Money (Forbes)

What a difference two months makes. In March, Ted Sarandos, Netflix chief content office, was telling the media in Shanghai that Netflix was ready to break into China – but, not with a Chinese partner. 52 more words

Digital Entertainment Marketing