Jan 29- Viacom Inc is jumping on the direct-to-consumer bandwagon with plans to introduce an online video streaming product for its children's cable network Nickelodeon, the company's chief executive said on Thursday. Viacom CEO Philippe Dauman did not offer much detail including pricing about the subscription offering, but said more information will be...» Read More
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Gilles BianRosa, Fan TV CEO, discusses his plans to simplify your living room with one device that integrates live TV, video-on-demand and streaming services on a single device.
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