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Study: SVoDs raise US customer expectations

Study: SVoDs raise US customer expectations

As options for streaming services increase, so do customer expectations of those services, according to the J.D. Power 2021 U.S. Residential Television Service Provider Satisfaction Study. Streaming services provide cost-effective,…

Forecast: India SVoD revenue to reach $1.9bn

Forecast: India SVoD revenue to reach $1.9bn

The SVoD service revenue in India is expected to grow at a robust compounded annual growth rate (CAGR) of 15.9 per cent from $0.9 billion (€0.76bn) in 2020 to $1.9…

Spain: FTTH surpasses 12.2m homes

Spain: FTTH surpasses 12.2m homes

FTTH continues its growth with 73,150 lines more to reach over 12.2 million at the end of July, according to the CNMC – some 1.3 million more than the same…

Report: Fibre Optics leads broadband market in LatAm

At Q2 2021, the Latin American broadband market exceeded the 100 million connections mark, reports Dataxis. Fibre reached a 39 per cent market share and, for the first time, became…

Research: Swedish audiobook streaming revenues growing

Research: Swedish audiobook streaming revenues growing

The Swedish audiobook market shows signs of strength according to Mediavision analysis. Total revenues for the Swedish audio streaming subscription market grew by SEK 100 million in H1 2021, compared…

Forecast: E Europe to reach 47m SVoD subs

Forecast: E Europe to reach 47m SVoD subs

Analyst firm Digital TV Research forecasts 47 million SVoD subscriptions in Eastern Europe by 2026; more than double from 22 million at end-2021. Russia will have 20 million subscriptions by…

Survey: Australian audiences nearing subscription fatigue?

Survey: Australian audiences nearing subscription fatigue?

As demand for subscription entertainment shows no sign of slowing, and content continues to fragment across new and existing services, audiences are fast approaching a tipping point, Deloitte Australia’s latest Media Consumer Survey…

Study: Audio investment gap for marketers

Study: Audio investment gap for marketers

WARC, the global authority on marketing intelligence, has unveiled the results of a study conducted in collaboration with iHeartMedia, the US audio media company, on media consumption and audio investment…

Study: Tectonic shifts in US media consumption

Study: Tectonic shifts in US media consumption

Findings from the Future of Audience and Revenue Study from AI-driven audience engagement and sales intelligence solutions provider Futuri, with SmithGeiger, reveal tectonic shifts in how Americans perceive, consume and…

Study: Streaming becoming default viewing source

Study: Streaming becoming default viewing source

Since 2015, Hub Entertainment Research’s annual Decoding the Default study has tracked the TV source that consumers turn on first when they’re ready to watch. This year’s study uncovers a…

Forecast: 302m European homes passed with FTTH by 2026

Forecast: 302m European homes passed with FTTH by 2026

The FTTH Council Europe has released two reports: the latest figures of the FTTH Forecasts for 2021 and 2026. and an overview of fibre deployments in rural areas. The market…

Research: 5G to boost cloud video revenue

Research: 5G to boost cloud video revenue

5G edge networks bring new capabilities allowing communications service providers (CSPs) to develop innovative applications, services, and revenue streams in the media and entertainment domain, suggests tech market advisory firm…

Forecast: Quantum satellites worth $2.6bn by 2030

There are new satellites now emerging from major sat-builders and operators and described as “quantum” craft. They are best-identified as being ultra-flexible in their operation, and embracing high levels of…

Data: 54% US homes combining SVoD services

Data: 54% US homes combining SVoD services

Data from analyst firm Parks Associates reveals 54 per cent of US broadband households now combine one of the big three VoD players (Netflix, Amazon, Hulu) with at least one…

Study: Godzilla vs Kong takes £3.3m piracy hit

Study: Godzilla vs Kong takes £3.3m piracy hit

Internet security advisory firm Techshielder has analysed the most pirated films over the last year to find out how much piracy cost Hollywood. Action films appear to be a big…

Analysis: Netflix Originals as popular as major movies

Analysis: Netflix Originals as popular as major movies

Research from Ampere Analysis comparing content popularity ratings from different distributors and commissioners has estimated that roughly a quarter of titles released in the last five years expected to achieve…

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