Global revenues from traditional pay TV and OTT TV episodes and movies will reach $265 billion in 2018; up from $254 billion in 2017 and $234 billion in 2015.
A survey conducted ahead of the Broadband World Forum has found 69% reporting positive growth in the industry with 19% claiming business had “rocketed” over the past 12 months.
According to the latest SVOD Barometer conducted by Médiamétrie, 30% of French online users aged six years and older used an SVOD service during the past 12 months, which is 10 points higher than in December 2017.
With regards to online video, Netflix grows and Facebook declines, according to Ampere Analysis.
After declining unit-shipment volumes in 2017, global TV shipments are forecast to grow 3.6% year over year in 2018, with additional 1.4% growth in 2019.
Only three years ago Multi-Channel Networks (MCNs) were being snapped up by traditional broadcasters for huge sums, but their fortunes are changing according to Ampere Analysis.
This customer case study describes how Belgian communications company Telenet is using artificial intelligence technology from Media Distillery to address the apparently simple problem of identifying when television programmes actually start.
Global pay-TV and SVOD subscriptions will reach 1,877 million by 2023. This total is up by 505 million (37%) from 1,372 million at end-2017.
FreeWheel, a Comcast company launched its Q2 2018 Video Monetisation Report, which shows continued growth in premium video,
Africa and the Middle East pay-TV household penetration is expected to outpace all other major regions between 2017 and 2022.