Subscription Video on Demand (SVOD) continues to resonate with consumers across the globe, becoming an integral part of the video viewing lifestyle.
Pay TV revenues in Eastern Europe will peak at $6.95 billion in 2019 – before slowly falling to $6.59 billion by 2024.
Entertainment shows still capture big audiences regardless of the country, according to the latest edition of Mediametrie’s Entertainment TV Report which examined these programmes in 11 countries.
The number of SVOD subscriptions [for movies, linear channels and TV episodes – excluding other platforms such as sports services] in North America will climb by 110 million from 160 million in 2018 to 270 million in 2024.
A new Parks Associates report finds gaming remains the primary use case for VR (virtual reality) headsets.
In Australia, scheduled TV and subscription video-on-demand (SVOD) services have been engaged in a battle for viewers’ time, and now the gap between them has closed, according to exclusive research by Ampere Analysis.
With an average lifespan of two seasons on a streaming service, 55-season soap Days of our Lives is very much the exception in today’s ruthless commissioning culture,according to Ampere Analysis.
In 2018, average daily viewing time for television stood at 2 hours and 55 minutes in the 94 countries studied by Eurodata TV Worldwide for the One TV Year in the World report. That figure was one minute shorter than in 2017.
58% of US broadband households who trial a OTT video subscription service convert to paying subscribers, according to Parks Associates.
The number of US traditional pay TV subscribers will fall from 105 million in 2010 to 91 million in 2018 and down to 81 million in 2024.