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streaming service

A company that provides entertainment, such as music, movies, or television shows, to users via an Internet connection, over which the content can be "streamed" (played without the need for downloading). Netflix and Spotify are prominent examples. With all the streaming services these days, there is a never-ending supply of entertainment available to us.
See also: service, stream
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YouTube's Remix music streaming service will effectively Google Play Music and YouTube Red.
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Though there have been a few video streaming services over the years in Australia, none come close to the quality and experience that Stan offers.
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Ericsson said that it would provide the video streaming services on Sun Cellular's GSM network through its Ericsson Content Delivery System (ECDS).
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However, it now appears that Microsoft is serious in launching a streaming service for Xbox One games with the added benefit of not requiring consumers to purchase the console.
s (Nasdaq: SEAC) Rave platform to launch streaming services for schools, hotels and hospitals with large, built-in audiences across 120 territories internationally.
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