Subscription Video on Demand(SVOD) services are showing great potential growth in Latin America and is expected to reach 17.4 million in 2017, while Netflix will continue to dominate the market.
WATCH VIDEO. Hulu, not Netflix, appears to be driving the recent increase in cord-cutting, according to Corey Barrett, a senior media analyst at M Science, talking to CNBC News.
Legacy pay-TV providers such as Comcast and AT&T will still account for 82% of combined subscription video and TV revenues in North America by 2022.
US online TV guide and recommendation service TVmaze reports that the marketshare for streaming TV channels has nearly doubled in 2017.
49% of Dutch viewers pay for online video such as Netflix and Videoland, according to the latest GfK ViewScape.
UK TV programmes make up the lion’s share of EU TV content available on Netflix and iTunes, followed by France and Germany.
Children and teenagers are increasingly watching TV through a smartphone and using on demand services,
A record SEO analysis in the US found that piracy results are as common as network results when trying to find TV online through a search query.
Digital TV Research forecasts that Netflix will have 128 million subscribers by 2022, up by 44% from 89 million at end-2016. The Netflix Forecasts report estimates that the number of international subscribers will exceed US ones by early 2018.
WATCH VIDEO. Netflix CEO Reed Hastings sees Amazon as an “awfully scary” competitor, though he stopped short of saying it was Netflix’s biggest threat, he said on on CNBC’s Squawk Alley earlier this week.