Series are the most used content on paid-for video-on-demand (VOD) services in Germany.
The Asia Pacific region will have 157.78 million SVOD [subscription video on demand] subscribers by 2021, up from 41.68 million in 2015 and 76.12 million expected by end-2016.
European movies make up 31% of all films broadcast on TV in Europe according to new report from the European Audiovisual Observatory.
Online platforms Netflix and Amazon have ramped up their investment in programming, spending $7.5 billion last year, or more than CBS, HBO, Turner and most countries, including South Korea and Australia.
INFOGRAPHIC. Multiple streaming services rises over 50% in 3 years, posing new challenges to the video marketplace, according to GfK research.
HDR TV shipments will reach more than 4 million units in 2016 and grow to more than 30 million units by 2020, according to IHS Markit.
Nearly 35% of US broadband households watch user-generated video online, on sites such as YouTube, Vimeo, and Dailymotion, more than ten days per month.
Western Europe’s pay-TV markets continue to grow, successfully fighting off the challenge posed by OTT video and the region’s free-to-air TV offerings, according to Ovum research.
Although there have been many launches in the last couple of years and more to come, the Middle East & Africa SVOD sector will still be very immature by 2021.
As the number of global households with SVOD services continues to grow, the latest research from Ampere Analysis shows that households that only have an SVoD subscription also increases.