AVOD expenditure for TV episodes and movies will climb by 144% between 2020 and 2026 to reach $66 billion across 138 countries.
Russian OTT services have demanded they are treated in the same way as Netflix in the country.
The total number of SVOD subscriptions in 138 countries is set to increase by 65% between 2020 and 2026.
A new streaming service for fans of crime series has launched in Germany and Austria.
Austrian IPTV service provider Ocilion has compiled a new pay-TV package with 22 HD channels for network operators in the German-speaking countries.
Netflix has announced it will open a Nordics office in Stockholm that will function as a hub for the region in the second half of this year.
The Walt Disney Company has chosen Amazon Web Services (AWS) to leverage the global rollout of its steaming service Disney+.
Canal+ Polska has entered into an agreement with Metro Goldwyn Meyer (MGM) and its productions can now be accessed online at Premiery Canal+ and on Premiery VOD+.
The Turkish SVOD service BluTV has chosen Veset Nimbus to power its original linear action and comedy channels in the cloud.
Rakuten has expanded its AVOD offering with the launch of over 90 free linear channels in 42 European markets.