Finally, Verizon shared some details about its upcoming OTT service, which it’s developing following the acquisition of Intel Media ’s OnCue video streaming assets last year. The telco scored content deals with several college basketball programming providers, including ACC Digital Networks, Campus Insiders, CBS Sports, ESPN, and 120 Sports, allowing it to offer a mobile streaming service for Verizon Wireless subs with data services on their smartphones and tablets. Pricing will be announced later. The agreements feature daily comprehensive coverage from ACC Digital Net, live events, highlights and original programming from premium digital video network for college sports Campus Insiders, dozens of live major college games from CBS Sports, select live college football and basketball games from ESPN, as well as live and on-demand content from 120 Sports, the all-sports net. The telco cited a recent study by CTAM/University of Southern California, which found a 12% increase in overall video consumption between 2013 and 2014, with 18- to 24-year-olds having the largest increase, nearly doubling the national average.

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Locast Heads to Madison

Locast expanded its service area to include the Madison, Wisconsin, market Friday. Residents in the city and the surrounding rural areas will now

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