Three out of ten German internet users from 14 years of age (29%) watch movies and series on fee-based video-on-demand (VOD) portals such as Amazon Prime Video, Netflix, maxdome, Sky Ticket, Apple iTunes or Google Play.
Over a thousand TV channels could be set to leave the UK in the next 18 months, according to industry experts EMP on the impact of Brexit.
Only 16% of Europe’s film heritage collections has been digitised, according to a new study on Film Heritage from the European Audiovisual Observatory.
Seven out of 10 consumers believe that virtual reality (VR) and augmented reality (AR) will become mainstream in media, education, work, social interaction, tourism and retail, according to Ericsson’s latest ConsumerLab report.
US online TV guide and recommendation service TVmaze reports that the marketshare for streaming TV channels has nearly doubled in 2017.
Pay-TV revenues for 138 countries increased by $32 billion between 2010 and 2016 to reach $202 billion.
The number of pay-TV subscribers in Latin America is expected to reach 73.7 million at the end of 2017, which represents a rise of 3.4% compared to the year 2016.
The majority of paid OTT users in the US are willing to spend more on existing subscriptions, according to new research by IBB Consulting.
Nearly 12 million of 4K TV were sold in Europe during the year 2016, which represents a growth of 102% in comparison for the year 2015 (6 million of 4K TV shipped).
49% of Dutch viewers pay for online video such as Netflix and Videoland, according to the latest GfK ViewScape.