OTT Video Market in Asia

August 24, 2016

Video streaming business is taking up. Asia, being the most adaptable region has experienced huge boom in the industry. We, at Muvi have been tracking the growth and transitions of OTT Video market across Asia for quite some time. With an extensive amount of research and digging deep into the facts, we have come up with realistic stats on the actual potential of the OTT Video Streaming market in Asia and How this is the right time for Content Owners and OTT providers to launch their own branded Video Streaming Platform.

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