News’s “killer blow” to rivals?

CEO of Internet TV platform Alki David is insisting that his service has delivered the latest “killer blow” to regional rivals via a series of content-sharing deals with national broadcasters, the latest of which sees David’s platform delivering programming from the France 24 new channel. already carries over 500 branded live-channels and 45,000 Video On Demand titles to cater for all tastes, offering content as diverse as Movies, News, Sports, Fashion, Kids, Science and Technology to Bikini TeeVee. Henceforth, viewers will be able to enjoy France 24’s rolling package of news and current affairs on PCs and smartphones, further adding to’s impressive stable of global news services, including Al Jazeera, BBC News, Associated Press, Russia Today and many other live casts and vodcasts.

“This is yet another killer blow that will leave rival services struggling to keep pace with our innovative approach of offering major broadcasters an opportunity to connect with audiences via the Internet,” says David, “whilst generating income through freemium online advertising and premium subscription packages.”




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