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Streaming giant Netflix is testing a mobile-only subscription in India that costs half of its basic plan.
Battling digital piracy requires decisive and swift action by the authorities.
The backlash against Amazon.com Inc’s UK coverage of the US Open tennis tournament is a lesson learned for the e-commerce giant as it prepares to broadcast live Premier League football next year.
When signing up to a new service, users need a password and it's often a sporting fan's favourite team or beloved mascot that gets selected for the win.
It’s not just the players feeling the heat at this year’s US Open Tennis Championships. Amazon.com Inc has been slammed in the UK for its coverage of the tournament, a hiccup for the company’s foray into live sports broadcasting.
Spain's top flight soccer division La Liga announced a landmark deal with Facebook which will allow viewers in the Indian sub-continent to watch every game over the next three seasons free of charge on the social network.
Astro is getting ready to serve Ultra High Definition content to its consumers, starting with the broadcast of two English Premier League matches next month.
Manchester United have launched their MUTV channel on Amazon Fire TV, Apple TV, Roku and Xbox in the latest effort by the Premier League club to grow their fanbase in the US, Europe, Asia, Australia and Africa, the team said.
Facebook Inc has emerged as a contender to broadcast the English Premier League in Thailand, Cambodia, Laos, and Vietnam, its biggest push yet into top-flight football, according to a person familiar with the matter.
Amazon has secured the rights to show English Premier League football matches for the first time in further evidence of their financial might in the bidding wars for sports events, the league said June 7.