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Analyst: SVoD subs up 38% in 2018

Analyst: SVoD subs up 38% in 2018

Gross SVoD subscriptions increased by 139 million in 2018 to 508 million – or up by 38 per cent, according to the SVOD Databook from Digital TV Research. The net…

Parks: SVoD now 86% of US online TV & movie spend

Parks: SVoD now 86% of US online TV & movie spend

Research from Parks Associates finds that subscriptions, formerly representing just over half of total online video spending in 2012, now account for nearly 86 per cent of all online spending…

Report: APAC online video to reach $50bn

Report: APAC online video to reach $50bn

The Asia Pacific online video industry will generate $27 billion (€24.4bn) in advertising and subscription revenue this year, up 24 per cent Y/Y from 2018, according to a new report,…

NBCU’s D2C is Peacock

NBCU’s D2C is Peacock

NBC Universal’s planned streaming service has been given a name — Peacock – and a slate of new shows have been scheduled. The name is a reference to the NBC…

Analysis: How the new SVoDs will use original content

Analysis: How the new SVoDs will use original content

A profile of six new SVoD players launching in the American market from late 2019 to the first half of 2020 has just been published by Ampere Analysis. Four of…

Sky, C4 expand partnership; AdSmart deal

Sky and Channel 4 have announced a strategic partnership spanning content, technology and innovation. The multi-year deal builds on the partnership announced by the two broadcasters last year and will…

Seinfeld heading to Netflix in 2021

Netflix has acquired the global rights to Seinfeld – the show about nothing – and will stream every episode of the classic sitcom in 4K when the show’s current 5-year…

Research: Loving Brits share house keys before Netflix passwords

Research: Loving Brits share house keys before Netflix passwords

From saying “I love you” for the first time, to moving in together and starting a family, couples progress through a series of milestones that show increasing amounts of commitment.…

VOD365, Moonbug sign content deal

VOD365, a provider of branded OTT TV channels via Freeview, YouView, Freesat, mobile and smart TV devices, has agreed a content deal with kids IP giant, Moonbug, for their Youtube…

BBC DG: “TV entering 2nd wave of disruption”

BBC DG: “TV entering 2nd wave of disruption”

BBC director-general Tony Hall believes the television industry is about to enter “a second wave of disruption” because of new entrants in the streaming market. Speaking at the Royal Television…

Netflix joining Canal+ bundles

Netflix joining Canal+ bundles

Canal+ Group and Netflix have announced a partnership which will see the Netflix service included in Canal+ bundles in France Starting on October 15th, Canal+ subscribers to the CINE /…

Iger quits Apple board as D2C war begins  

Iger quits Apple board as D2C war begins   

Disney CEO Bob Iger has quit Apple’s board, with a filing revealing he did so last week on the same day that the company unveiled the launch date and pricing…

Kagan: Netflix disrupts South Korean media ecosystem

Kagan: Netflix disrupts South Korean media ecosystem

Netflix entered South Korea in January 2016 with few established partnerships and minimal local content. The streaming giant has since devoted significant investment to creating award-winning local original content that…

Netflix signs overall deal with Kuku Studios

Netflix signs overall deal with Kuku Studios

Netflix has entered into a multi-year overall agreement with Kuku Studios, under which its key members – Alex Woo, Stanley Moore, Tim Hahn, and Erik Benson – will exclusively produce…

Report: Pay-TV execs see positive OTT impact

Report: Pay-TV execs see positive OTT impact

The global findings of the 2019 Pay-TV Innovation Forum, produced by content protection and multiscreen television solutions provider NAGRA in partnership with international research and strategy consultancy MTM, highlight that…

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