The amount of time consumers spend each week using a ‘screen’ — a television, personal computer, tablet, or mobile phone — now tops 50 hours.
The eleven largest pay-TV providers in the US, representing about 95% of the market, lost about 665,000 net video subscribers in 2Q 2016, compared to a loss of about 545,000 subscribers in 2Q 2015.
Pay TV subscriptions for the top 65 operators across 17 countries covered in the Asia Pacific Pay TV Operator Forecasts report will increase by nearly 100 million from a collective 438 million in 2015 to 536 million by 2021.
Digital cable and IPTV are becoming increasingly popular in Hungary and accounted for 42.5% of all pay-TV subscribers as of this June.
Pay-TV subscriptions in the Middle East & Africa region will increase by 67% between 2015 and 2021 – from 32.37 million to 54.09 million.
Italy watches more TV than any other country in Western Europe: more than four hours per-person per-day in 2015, according to IHS Markit.
Video service providers, including pay TV and OTT operators, and content producers around the world believe that one of the key drivers for operators’ implementation of 4K UHD is the expectation that consumers will pay more for premium 4K UHD content.
Pay-TV and paid video-on-demand (VOD) services achieved rising figures in terms of revenues, usage and number of offers in Germany in 2015.
Global OTT TV and video revenues will reach $64.78 billion in 2021; a massive increase from $4.47 billion in 2010 and $29.41 billion in 2015.
The availability of fast fixed and mobile next generation networks has significantly changed video consumption habits in Europe.