Comcast and ViacomCBS have announced a new streaming service for 20 European countries called SkyShowtime, which will launch next year. The pricing for the service will be unveiled closer to launch.
Plex has launched ad-supported video on demand content to its platform from several big publishers. The new content is available globally and can be watched on almost any connected device.
Plex will begin hosting Lionsgate content for free on its platform, worldwide, from the end of the year. The content will be free for users but will require them to sit through ads.
Plex has reached an agreement with Warner Bros. to stream ad-supported movies, for free, on its platform. Unfortunately, the content will only be available for users in the United States.
Currently, there is a 90-day wait from when a movie is released in theaters and when it can be rented. Movie studios are in talks to accelerate this period and also charge more for the convenience.
Boomerang might be a subscription service that will interest you if you enjoy cartoon classics such as Looney Tunes. The service will cost $4.99 a month and arrive in spring this year.
Sky has reported a new peak on its broadband network which caters to six million customers. The peak was observed late on Christmas day, when the data crossing its network reached 5Tbps.
"The Interview" release has been a back and forth for Sony, but the movie probably did a lot better than you think and streaming the movie proves to be a real test for premium VOD.
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