The content catalogue of a combined Disney+ and Hulu Video on Demand (VoD) service would second only to Amazon Prime Video and ahead of Netflix, according to Ampere Analysis.
The Walt Disney Company has announced that it will acquire the 33% stake in the streaming service Hulu held by Comcast Corp.’s NBC Universal (NBCU), following Comcast’s November 1 exercise […]
According to data presented by OnlyAccounts.io, global subscription-based streaming revenues areexpected to hit $95.3 billion in 2023, or 18% more than last year. This figure is forecast to jump by […]
Annual revenues of US SVOD services will nearly equal those of traditional pay-TV in 2027, according to GlobalData.
Comcast is likely to sell is 33% stake in the streamer Hulu to Walt Disney Company at the beginning of 2024.
A combined offering of Disney+ and Hulu would account for the largest share of the 100 most popular titles of any US SVOD service.
Disney is likely to have a combine total of 108 million subscribers for its three streaming services in the US at the end of this year.
Disney began this year with close to 146.4 million paid subscribers to its steaming services.
The latest research from Ampere Analysis has found that almost one in five US internet users are accessing AVoD (Ad-supported Video on Demand) services.
HBO Max, AT&T’s venture in the streaming arena, has racked up 4.1 million subscriobers in its first month and beats Disney+ in terms of viewing share.