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BBC scores online cricket deal

BBC scores online cricket deal

Although the BBC seems to be shedding sports that were one seen as its mainstays, with the loss of Formula 1, horse racing and exclusive coverage of the Open Golf…

Ofcom: 12% of adults concerned by VoD content

Ofcom has published annual research into UK viewers’ perceptions of content standards for on-demand and online content. The research covers the full range of content available on-demand and online –…

Fandango acquires M-GO

Fandango acquires M-GO

Movie digital destination Fandango, a unit of NBCUniversal, is to acquire OTT service M-GO, a joint venture between Technicolor and DreamWorks Animation. The acquisition – the terms of which were…

1 in 7 Australians watch no Commercial TV

1 in 7 Australians watch no Commercial TV

Over one in seven Australians now watch no commercial television on a normal weekday – over twice as many as in 2008. The audience is fast getting older and SVoD…

Amazon Prime “nearly doubles” Q4 subs

Amazon Prime “nearly doubles” Q4 subs

Online retails giant Amazon’s Q4 saw operating cash flow increased 74 per cent to $11.9 billion for the trailing twelve months, compared with $6.8 billion for the trailing twelve months…

Streaming services increase TV viewing

Findings from Horowitz Research’s Multiplatform Content and Services, Wave 2 2015 survey reveal that streaming services such as Netflix and Hulu have been catalysts for increased television viewing: A third…

Consumers spend $6+ per month on SVoD

Consumers spend $6+ per month on SVoD

Research from Parks Associates suggests that average monthly spending on Internet-based subscription video-on-demand (SVoD) services among US broadband households increased from $3.71 per month in 2012 to $6.19 per month…

OTT increases French viewing time

OTT increases French viewing time

In 2015 OTT platforms and catch-up TV services in France contributed to the growth of overall TV viewing time. According to Médiamétrie’s round up of the year, the average daily…

Indonesia blocks Netflix

Indonesia blocks Netflix

Netflix has been blocked by Indonesia’s biggest ISP, significantly disrupting its move into the country. The state-owned Telekom Indonesia said it had concerns about the content Netflix was offering and…

OzTAM connected device viewing metrics

OzTAM connected device viewing metrics

OzTAM has announced the initial phase of its Video Player Measurement (VPM) Report would launch the week commencing February 7th. This means the first public reports – which encompass rolling…