Top Streaming Service of Broadband TV, BBTV starts in the Middle East

Broadband TV, BBTV starts in the Middle East. BroadbandTV (BBTV), the most popular and largest network of the world's cross-platform (MPN), launched its services in Asia and the Middle East.

The Canadian company has confirmed that it has launched Broadband TV service in Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates, Egypt, Singapore, Malaysia, Taiwan, South Korea and Vietnam.

Top Streaming Service of Broadband TV, BBTV starts in the Middle East

BBTV is available in seven languages and in 23 countries. It remains the best MPN in all markets that is English, Spanish, and Portuguese and is among the best players in France, Germany, Russia and Japan.

"We are determined to build on our current momentum and today's news is another example of how we laid the foundation for our next significant growth phase," said Shahrzad Rafati, founder, and CEO of BroadbandTV. Southeast Asia is the Internet economy that has experienced the fastest growth in the world and is expected to reach $200 billion in 2025. today, capturing the Middle East to a fraction of its total digital potential. The ability to add $5.5 billion per year to their total digital GDP by 2020."

This new direction in the market and the introduction of global expansion are parallel to BBTV efforts in all existing markets to expand vertical content and multiple sources of income. BBTV earnings have been successful to date from online streaming, ad sales, subscriptions, applications, merchandise, content licenses, including, and other including SaaS.

In addition to being the world's largest MPN, with 22 billion monthly impressions through its owned and acquired library and its and brands, as well as its network of 85,000 content creators, BBTV is also the world's third largest real estate video after Google and Facebook. According to comScore data for November 2016 compared to the first two, the unique video audience of BBTV is 56% of the size of Facebook and nearly a third (30%) of Google, which show that nearly a three people consumed online BroadbandTV BBTV content, including YouTube, watched the content of BBTV.
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