Earlier this week, Pandora – the popular online music streaming site that until now has been US-only – quietly became available in Australia.
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Australian telco Telstra and music streaming service MOG have announced a partnership that will see MOG available in Australia in the coming months.
Quickflix has announced today that it has entered an agreement with Samsung Electronics Australia to stream movies and TV shows to Samsung’s range of internet connected Smart TVs, Blu-ray players, the Galaxy tab range and selected Galaxy Smartphones.
RDIO is a “new” streaming service for Australians. Starting in 2010, it conducted a soft launch in Australia early in 2010, and officially opened it’s service to Australia on 20th January.
A representative for music streaming service Rdio says the the American-based startup will have more information “very soon” about an Australian launch.
Quickflix says the total number of subscribers to the company’s movie rental service jumped more than 21,000 in the December quarter, reaching a total of 110,697 by years end.
Movie rental service Quickflix has announced it has struck a deal that will see it offer content distributed by NBCUniversal, adding more much needed content to its growing content library.
Despite some last minute setbacks that resulted in the launch date being pushed back, Quickflix has today launched its PC and Mac streaming service, allowing Australians to stream movies on the go.
An article from Sydney Morning Herald’s Sacha Molitorisz about the decline of DVD rental marketplace suggests that the Internet is killing DVD Rentals. However the article gave only vague hints on how traditional Brick and Mortar stores was facing competition from the net, spending more time talking about DVD rental machines from RedRoomDVD and Oovie.
Spotify has confirmed that despite launching a new music service for Facebook, it has no immediate plans to launch in Australia.