A quarter, or 291 million, SVOD subscriptions will come direct to SVOD platforms via mobile apps, according to the latest report published by Digital TV Research.
The number of hours per week consumers spend watching online video has almost doubled from 3.6 hours per week in 2017 to nearly seven hours per week in 2020, says a new report.
Smartphone gross SVOD subscriptions for 138 countries will double between 2019 and 2025 to 170 million, according to the latest report published by Digital TV Research.
Two-thirds of the world’s pay-TV operators will gain subscribers between 2019 and 2025.
AVOD expenditure will more than double between 2019 and 2025 to reach $53 billion across 138 countries.
Research from Parks Associates have found both Disney+ and Apple TV+ have captured a significant market share during their first six months of operation.
Although global pay-TV revenues for 138 countries peaked at $202 billion in 2016, they are set to fall to $150 billion in five years’ time.
Global online TV episode and movie revenues will reach $167 billion in 2025, or double the $83 billion recorded in 2019.
Subscription Video on Demand (SVOD) services can for the first time be found in the majority of UK households.
The number of US households who receive their television from one of the major service providers has fallen below 75 million.