Video-On-Demand

Sep 28, 2017  |  Cote D'Ivoire: Orange TV Streaming Service Launched With Norigin

Orange TV, part of Orange Group, is launching a video streaming service in Cote d’Ivoire using the multi-screen TV apps developed for it by Norigin Media. This service is linked to Orange Money, providing users with television streaming on their ...


Sep 18, 2017  |  Econet Media Work With Roku And Netflix To Deliver Kwese Play

Econet Media is said to have reached an advanced stage in its entry into the African streaming service with its Video On Demand (VOD) platform Kwese Play. The company is reported to be working with Roku (for the streaming box) ...


Sep 13, 2017  |  The Africa Channel Joins The 'Busy' Africa's Video Streaming Market

The Africa Channel has announced it will be launching a subscription video-on-demand (VOD) service for the African market. Bringing the platform into a market that is as uncertain as it is hectic. According to Mr Narendra Reddy, the Executive Vice ...


Sep 11, 2017  |  South Africa: Netflix Preferred To Showmax In The Streaming Market - My Broadband

South Africa's MyBroadband.com have published the result of their recent Piracy and Streaming Survey for South Africa. And according to the survey, carried out amongst "1,587 tech-savvy individuals in South Africa who subscribe to streaming services". The objective of the ...


Iflix And Econet Media Join Forces To Deliver Video-On-Demand (VOD) Service Across Africa

Iflix (a content streaming company similar to Netflix) and Econet Media have announced they have entered into a strategic partnership to roll-out their video content streaming services in the major markets across Africa. According to the statement released from the ...

Netflix Hits 100+ Million Subs - Many Coming From Africa

The second quarter financials from Netflix - the video on demand (VOD) Titan - has revealed that it has reached the significant 100 million subscribers (actual declared number is 104 Million subs). The Netflix report indicated that its customer base ...

Ericsson Partners With QYOU To Monetise Online Video With "UDN"

Ericsson - the global telecoms and media company - and QYOU - a premium short form video content provider - have announced a strategic partnership for the distribution and monetisation of content. Under the agreement, Ericson will tap into, and ...

IROKO TV And Orange Cameroon In Video-On-Demand Partnership

Nigerian based IROKO TV is reported to have agreed on a Video-on-demand deal with Orange Cameroon. Under the terms of the deal, Orange Cameroon would offer its customers a data package that will cost less that 50cents (US) in return ...

Netflix To Reach 128 Million Subscribers And US$15 billion By 2022 - Report

Netflix, the global Video On Demand services behemoth is said to be on track to reach up to 130 million subscribers by 2022, with more of its users now coming from outside its home country - the United States. According ...

Ericsson's Nuvu To Link Up With Airtel Nigeria For An SVOD Play

In Nigeria, the Nuvu platform from Ericsson is teaming up with Airtel Nigeria - a mobile operator - to offer video on demand (VOD) and OTT TV services to its customers. Under the terms of engagement, Airtel subscribers will be ...

DEOD Signs Telecom Operator Partners In Zimbabwe and Zambia

In our previous report on DEOD - Africa's newest VOD platform - we asked whether the organisation has plans to roll-out across Africa. It turns out that they might do. Industry sources are saying that Discover Digital (owners of DEOD) ...

MTN Exits Video-On-Demand (VOD) Market - Shuts Down MTN VU

MTN, Africa's largest mobile operator, has called time on its VOD service offering - MTN VU. In a recent communication to its customers, MTN said that the VOD service will cease, effective today 3rd May 2017. The company's foray into ...

Netflix At 100 Million Subscribers, Acknowledges Competitive Pressure

Latest released figures show that Netflix currently has 98.7 million streaming subscribers. 50.8 million of these are in the United States and 47.9 million international customers. Despite the impressive growth numbers, Netflix says it is very aware of the competitive ...

Netflix Loses Company's Chief Product Officer Of 18 Years

Neil Hunt, the executive that has been in charge of Netflix's products development for upwards of 18 years, will be leaving the organisation, to be replaced by Greg Peters. According to Netflix, they have also parted ways with Tawni Cranz, ...