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Spain: OTT closes in on pay-TV

Spain: OTT closes in on pay-TV

Spain’s three biggest streaming TV platforms – Netflix, HBO and Prime Video – have reached a combined 6 million subscribers according to the CNMC, nearing the same number as the…

Parks: $12.5bn piracy revenue loss by 2024

Parks: $12.5bn piracy revenue loss by 2024

Research from market research and consulting company Parks Associates forecasts that in 2019, OTT and pay-TV companies will see $9.1 billion in lost revenue as a result of piracy and…

Report: US consumer tech sales to top $400bn

The growing popularity of streaming services, AI-enabled emerging devices and in-vehicle technology will help drive the US consumer tech industry to a record-breaking $401 billion (€358bn) in retail revenues in…

Research: 5G plans boosted by 5G computing devices

Research: 5G plans boosted by 5G computing devices

Strategy Analytics research shows that 45 million PCs and tablets globally will incorporate 5G connectivity by 2023. According to the report, Tablet and Notebook PC Connectivity Forecast, the 5G era…

Nielsen: Global audience for Premier League rises

Nielsen: Global audience for Premier League rises

The Premier League’s popularity with international audiences around the world has been highlighted by broadcast research from the 2018/19 campaign. With the Premier League working in partnership with research agency Nielsen…

South Korea: Netflix subs up 192% YoY

The number of Netflix subscribers in South Korea has nearly tripled year-on-year to over 1.8 million mark according to Wiseapp, a smartphone app service market research company in the country.…

Study: Italy sees drop in content piracy

Study: Italy sees drop in content piracy

Content piracy is still a problem in Italy, although the number of illegal acts in 2018 dropped by 8 per cent compared to the previous year. This is the conclusion…

Forecast: 230m European pay-TV subs by 2023

Forecast: 230m European pay-TV subs by 2023

The European pay-TV market is expected to gain 17.7 million subscribers between 2019 and 2023 which would represent an 8.4 per cent growth, according to a Dataxis forecast. It should…

Italian TV sector remains flat in 2018

The Italian TV sector was worth €8.21 billion in 2018, a slight drop on the €8.22 billion the year before, according to the annual report from Italy’s Communications Authority (AgCom).…

TRAI: Indian DTH subs up 4.9m in 1 year

India’s Telecom Regulatory Authority (TRAI) has reported that the country’s DTH operators have seen growth of an additional 4.91 million extra pay-TV subs in the year to March 31st 2019.…

Analysis: Global SVoD subs up, still room for growth

Analysis: Global SVoD subs up, still room for growth

Growth in SVoD subscriptions in the US has resumed after plateauing between Q3 2016 and Q1 2018. And although the proportion of internet users in Europe who have a SVoD…

Report: Advertisers out gun Cricket WC sponsors

Report: Advertisers out gun Cricket WC sponsors

Insights from marketing technology company, 4C Insights, reveal that Nissan tops the TV ad rankings for the month leading into the Cricket World Cup, but alcohol brand Thatchers is the…

Report: Warning signs for in-car audio streaming

A study from Strategy Analytics and its in-vehicle UX (User Experience) division says that “yesterday’s” in-car CD players, and then high-quality radio, which were “must haves” for drivers are now…

TDG: Ad-supported Netflix tier would be well received

Recent comments from NBCU and Hulu executives have rekindled speculation as to whether Netflix will introduce an ad-based tier. Given the rising costs of programming and growing debt, so goes…

Survey: 1 in 4 Netflix subs think it’s too expensive

Survey: 1 in 4 Netflix subs think it’s too expensive

Netflix may have the most subscribers and a large number of popular original TV shows and movies, but that doesn’t mean that the streaming leader is without criticism. Above all…

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