The majority of people who take an SVOD service, subscribe to more than one. Ampere Analysis’ Guy Bisson explains the concept of the Stacker when it come to Netflix and Amazon Prime to Broadband TV News editor Julian Clover.
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.
The percentage of Original movie and TV season titles on Netflix’s US catalogue grew significantly over the course of 2018 according to the latest report from Ampere Analysis.
Disney+ and other studio-led direct to consumer streaming services could have a tough time displacing Netflix or Amazon from a US consumer’s SVoD portfolio, writes Toby Holleran of Ampere Analysis.
Latest analysis from Ampere suggests that post the media mega-mergers of Comcast/Sky and Disney/Fox, two in every 10 dollars spent on content worldwide will now be spent by these two entities.
Netflix and Amazon Prime dominate the German SVOD market in terms of subscriber numbers and recorded strong growth in the third quarter of 2018.
With regards to online video, Netflix grows and Facebook declines, according to Ampere Analysis.
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.
FAANGs (Facebook, Apple, Amazon, Netflix and Google) are sharpening up their original commissions as SVOD players across the board announce new content.
New research by Ampere Analysis reveals that TV/movie viewers have been rapidly switching from tablets and PCs to smartphones and smart TVs.