Apple unveils Apple TV+,

Apple TV+ the new home for the world’s most creative storytellers

Apple’s Original Video Subscription Service in the All-New Apple TV App will Give Users Access to Exclusive Original Shows, Movies and Documentaries

Apple TV+, coming this fall, is the new home for the world’s most celebrated creative artists.Cupertino, California — Apple today announced Apple TV+, the new home for the world’s most creative storytellers featuring exclusive original shows, movies and documentaries, coming this fall. Apple TV+, Apple’s original video subscription service, will feature a brand new slate of programming from the world’s most celebrated creative artists, including Oprah Winfrey, Steven Spielberg, Jennifer Aniston, Reese Witherspoon, Octavia Spencer, J.J. Abrams, Jason Momoa, M. Night Shyamalan, Jon M. Chu and more.

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Your Own Netflix Type Channel

Netflix has one of the most popular and familiar looks when it comes to selling video content subscriptions and is recognized around the globe.

What if you could do the same with your videos and make money doing it? You could concentrate on making content for your audience and have complete control over monetizing it.

This is not a pipe dream this is reality and by learning how to apply Netflix’s business model you can create revenue around the video content you want to make.

Netflix has created a gigantic company around a very simple business model that you can also replicate yourself.

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What You Need To Know About Streaming TV

Today live streaming is one of the luxuries we enjoy in a modern society and technology makes it easier than ever before due to the internet.

You may of heard that live streaming is expensive or that it might cause the attendance of your church to drop and several other rumors, however is it true?

With new Live streaming available today on Facebook and Periscope you need to understand the power of live streaming and how it can transform your live event.

Here are a few myths we busted when it comes to live streaming.

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How To Get On TV

Dash Media TV, is a TV channel production, marketing, and distribution service for video content creators and businesses of all sizes.

Cordless households could soon surpass the number of pay-TV households in the US, according to eMarketer, with pay-TV households forecast to fall 4% to 86.5 households by the end of this year and projected to drop below 80 million by 2021.

Our focus is OTT Channels (Over the Top) A device (Roku Express, Amazon Fire Stick) that connects to the internet to facilitate video viewing on TV, desktop, mobile and tablet via dedicated OTT apps/sites

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Conviva Streaming 7Aug2019

Roku rules connected TV as streaming surges globally

Streaming viewing hours have grown 130% over the last year while the quality of service levels have improved dramatically in that timescale says research from Conviva.

Conviva Streaming 7Aug2019

The Q2‘19 edition of the online video technology company’s State of the Streaming TV Industry report collected from Conviva’s proprietary sensor technology that is currently embedded in 3 billion streaming video applications, tracking in excess of a trillion real-time transactions per day in more than 180 countries.

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Live Streaming Statistics

Online live streams are just another way for millennials to express themselves. Although we all prefer watching people live, it’s mostly younger users who create such content.

Apple just launched its first big push into subscription TV

Apple on Monday released an update to iPhones, iPads and Apple TV that includes its brand new TV app with Apple Channels.

Apple Channels is the company’s new service that offers customers in more than 100 countries subscription access to premium networks such as HBO, Showtime, Epix, Smithsonian Channel, Starz and Tastemade. Other channels, such as CBS All-Access and MTV Hits, are coming later this year. Right now, if you signed up for every channel package available, however, you’d pay $97 a month.

It’s Apple’s first big push into making money off TV content outside of sales through the iTunes store.

Apple hasn’t said what its cut of revenue from subscribers who sign up to services through Apple Channels will be, but CNBC reported in February that the company was pushing for 30%. Some reports suggest Apple gets 15% of revenues from subscribers who sign up for services such as HBO Now, Netflixand other streaming apps through the App Store.

Apple reported revenue for its services segment of $11.45 billion in its second-quarter earnings report on April 30, beating analyst estimates. Channels gives Apple a way to continue to focus on its services business as sales of hardware, including iPhones, plateau. In other words, this gives Apple new ways to make money from customers who already own its products.

The new Apple TV Channels

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