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Analysis: Room for 3bn further SVoD subs

The latest figures from research firm Ampere Analysis suggest that there is room for three billion additional streaming subscriptions across the world’s largest media markets, even though some territories are moving towards a ‘stacking ceiling’. As SVoD growth becomes increasingly

August 17, 2020

Analyst: SVoD drives demand for LGBT+ content

Research from Ampere Analysis has revealed that the SVoD players are leading the way in commissioning LGBT+ content. Between Q1 2019 and Q2 2020, 12 commissioners globally ordered multiple LGBT+ movies or series. 80 per cent of those commissions were destined

August 10, 2020

Analyst: “Endemol buy makes Banijay a global powerhouse”

Banijay Group’s £1.7 billion acquisition of Endemol Shine Group creates a global content powerhouse that will be the largest unscripted producer in the world and among the top five scripted producers globally, according to a report from Ampere Analysis. Comprising 200 companies across 22 territories, the newly titled Banijay will be a powerful player in […]

July 30, 2020

Analyst: US SVoD homes can access 100K hours of content

A study by Ampere Analysis has revealed the changing habits of SVoD households in the US. The streaming market is becoming increasingly crowded, with more hours of content available on demand than ever before. Ampere has meshed its consumer polling data on the different services to which US households subscribe, with its content tracking data […]

July 9, 2020

Finders are Keepers – the EUROMEDIA UI and Search debate

Viewers have dozens of choices of content providers and thousands of choices of pieces of content. No wonder the quality of the UI and the search and discovery deployed by a provider can be crucial in determining QoE and, thereby, churn levels. What are the remaining impediments – technical and commercial – to universal search? […]

July 1, 2020

Research: 1 in 7 OTT homes ‘borrowing’ accounts

Research from Ampere Analysis has revealed that one in seven online video households worldwide are ‘borrowing’ an account. Ampere defines an account borrower as anyone who says they are using a login for a subscription online video platform from someone outside of their household to access a service. Borrowed services might include mainstream TV and

June 5, 2020

Research: Half of sports fans admit piracy

Video software provider Synamedia has unveiled the first in a series of reports designed to broaden understanding of global sports piracy in order to protect the value of sports rights. The Charting Global Sports Piracy report draws on results from a 10-country study of over 6,000 sports fans conducted

June 4, 2020By Colin Mann