The uptake of Subscription Video on Demand (SVOD) continues to rise across all countries, according to Futuresource Consulting.
Global pay-TV revenues [subscription fees and PPV movies and TV episodes] for 138 countries will only grow by $99 million between 2015 and 2021 to $205.92 billion, having peaked in 2018.
Fewer Dutch consumers consider it important to have the main TV channels in order to switch to an online OTT subscription from standard pay-TV, according to research by Telecompaper.
Last year, Dutch consumers streamed 2015 105 minutes of video per day, an increase of over 60% compared to a year earlier (65 minutes).
65% of US TV households have at least one television set connected to the internet via a video game system, a smart TV set, a Blu-ray player, and/or a stand-alone device (like Roku, Apple TV, Chromecast, or Amazon Fire TV); up from 44% in 2013, and 24% in 2010.
European films make up a third of all films available on VOD in Europe, according to a new report from the European Audiovisual Observatory.
German media company ProSiebenSat.1 has revamped its video-on-demand (VOD) service maxdome 10 years after its launch to differentiate it more strongly from competitors including Amazon Prime Video, Netflix, Watchever and Sky Online.
New research from Adobe and TDG shows that consumers now spend 42% of TV time with OTT services.
New forecasts from The Diffusion Group (TDG) point to a declining dominance of legacy TV.
The number of digital TV homes will increase by 1.08 billion between 2010 and 2021 to 1.67 billion – or up by 185%, according to the new edition of the Digital TV World Household Forecasts report.