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Eros Now inks content deal with Roku

Eros International’s digital platform Eros Now has partnered with American video streaming player Roku.

hoichoi adds two more originals to its offering

Shri Venkatesh Films’ Bengali video on demand (VoD) platform hoichoi has added two originals, Bhootoorey and Stand-Up, to its offering.

YuppTV launches movie platform called Mini Theatre

The Mini Theatre platform will showcase new movies on the first day or the following weekend of their theatrical release, even in geographies where the movie is not available.

Twitter’s live streaming video channel now available on Roku devices

Roku users can now consume the best of micro blogging site Twitter’s live streaming video from the comfort of their couch.

Starz app launches on the Roku platform

Continuing to add new platforms since launching the Starz App in April, Starz announced the addition of the Roku streaming platform for its subscribers in the US.

Comcast cable TV boxes to integrate Netflix service

The Netflix service will be integrated onto some of Comcast’s upgraded cable TV boxes. The deal is being seen as a win for Netflix.

65% of US TV homes have a connected TV

Among those with any connected TV devices, 74% have more than one device, with a mean of 3.3 per connected TV household.

PBS to launch a new TV channel

PBS, which among other things offers educational media for children, will launch new 24/7 children’s services later this year.

Sky invests in LA-based TV4 Entertainment

Sky has invested $0.3 mn, via convertible debt security, in LA-based TV4 Entertainment, which owns a growing portfolio of special-interest TV channels.

WWE to launch video streaming service in India on 2 Nov for $9.99 per month

The WWE’s subscription based video streaming service will be priced at $9.99 per month. Indian subscribers will receive their first month of service free and have access to the US English language version of WWE Network.