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Online video to take lion’s share of video biz revenue in the Gulf by 2025: MPA

As more people shift to alternative entertainment options, online video business is going to surpass pay-TV in next five-ten years worldwide. A report by Media Partners Asia (MPA) has projected that online video will account for the lion’s share of total video industry revenue by 2025.

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Lockdown binge-watching a boon for OTT

This unprecedented crisis called COVID-19 has turned out to be a blessing in disguise for OTT platforms. With people locked indoors, the only refuge has been their smartphones, giving way to, possibly, the next wave of growth for OTT companies.

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RentoMojo launches video emphasizing the concept of subscription

RentoMojo, a pioneer in lifestyle subscription & consumer leasing business, announces the launch of its online video highlighting the benefits of the unique propositions of ‘rent to own,’ of assets procured from the company through subscription – Rental Monthly Instalments (RMI).

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Facebook Watch has its work cut out in video content creation

Tech giant Facebook, with over 2.2 billion monthly active users, is quickly reshaping the world's digital ecosystem. Despite Wall Street's disappointment with its Q2 results, the company generated $13 billion in ad revenue during the period.

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Zenith report says online video viewing to cross 1 hour a day

Consumers across the globe are becoming increasingly engaged with online videos. Zenith’s Online Video Forecasts 2018 reveals global consumers will spend watching online videos more than one hour on average this year. From 2017’s 56 minutes, the average will go up to 67 minutes.

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