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British TVoD market up 19% in 2015

British TVoD market up 19% in 2015

The BASE Yearbook – a detailed analysis of the video market across 2015 from the British Association for Screen Entertainment (BASE) – highlights the growth in the transactional VoD category…

Parks: Top 10 connected entertainment disruptors

Parks Associates has hosted the final day of the company’s 20th annual CONNECTIONS conference in San Francisco with panel discussions moderated by the firm’s analysts and featuring executives from companies…

HBO into Spain with Vodafone TV

HBO into Spain with Vodafone TV

Vodafone Spain and HBO have reached a deal for the launch in Spain of its streaming VoD service. Branded HBO España, the service aims to be available before the end…

EC Digital Single Market: Industry reaction

A number of broadcast industry trade bodies and observers have commented on the European Commission’s Digital Single Market proposals. Cable Europe welcomed the proposal to amend the Audiovisual Media Services…

Netflix app on Humax PVRs

Humax, a UK provider of digital set-top boxes, has added Netflix to its range of FVP-4000T Freeview Play HD devices. Graham North, commercial director at Humax, said, “With the ever-increasing…

US OTT market: First sign of saturation

The first sign that the US video streaming market is approaching saturation is revealed in a forecast from research and consulting firm, Strategy Analytics, which shows the growth rate slowing…

New EC rules: Quotas for Netflix, Prime

New EC rules: Quotas for Netflix, Prime

The European Commission has proposed an update of EU audiovisual rules to create a fairer environment for all players, promote European films, protect children and tackle hate speech better, as…

Disney, Netflix US deal starts this summer

Disney, Netflix US deal starts this summer

Netflix has announced that from September it will be the exclusive US pay-TV home for all Disney, Marvel, Lucasfilm and Pixar movies released from 2016 onwards. Meaning, it will be…

Third of Australians watching TV on demand

Third of Australians watching TV on demand

Findings from Roy Morgan Research reveal that 95.4 per cent of Australians watch TV – but exactly what ‘watching TV’ even means has been changing fast, says the firm. Nine…

Research: Service preference varies with age

Research: Service preference varies with age

According to TDG research, when forced to choose between legacy pay-TV and streaming services, dual-service users react differently according to their age. The younger the adult, the more likely they…

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