Western Europe is expected to add another 101 million SVOD subscriptions by 2025 more than double the total at the end of 2019.
Asia Pacific will have 467 million SVOD subscriptions by 2025, up from 267 million in 2019, according to Simon Murray’s Digital TV Research.
New Parks Associates consumer research finds 62% of US broadband households subscribe to a traditional pay-TV service via a cable or satellite provider, down from 69% in Q1 2019,
The streaming of online video sites in Sweden rose to a new record in the second quarter.
Pay-TV subscriptions increased by 16 million to 1,028 million in 138 countries in 2019.
Global online TV episode and movie revenues reached $83 billion in 2019, climbing from $67 billion in 2018 and up by $50 billion on 2017.
New research from Ampere Analysis reveals SVOD services are ahead of the curve in their commission of SVOD content.
IRT, the joint technology research institute of the public broadcasters of Germany, Austria and Switzerland, is to be shut down.
In its latest research titled, Satellite Connectivity and Video Market, Euroconsult revised its forecast to account for the impact of COVID-19.
Despite declines in viewership, linear television remains the dominant form of TV viewing for consumers across the United States and other major economies, according to Omdia.