OSN, the Middle East and North Africa region’s entertainment network, has signed the first partnership deal in the region with Netflix.
The OTT subscription online video-on-demand market in Europe should keep growing over the next five years, with Kagan, a media research group within S&P Global Market Intelligence.
The number of Dutch people watching TV programmes on smartphones is growing and currently stands at 21% and 27% respectively, while usage of smart TVs is also oin the rise, according to GfK’s latest Trends in Digital Media research.
Netflix said that it grew streaming revenue 36% to over $11 billion, added 24 million new memberships (compared to 19 million in 2016), achieved for the first time a full-year positive international contribution profit, and more than doubled global operating income.
Netflix has added Rodolphe Belmer to its board, bringing the total number of directors to ten and expanding the breadth of its global and entertainment experience.
Netflix has yet to conquer the hearts and minds of the French, new research from media analyst firm Ampere Analysis shows.
Netflix is considering the launch of a full service in Russia in 2018.
It will come as no surprise that Netflix dominates Dutch on-demand viewing with people watching Netflix for almost half a billion minutes a day.
It appears that the television industry is being haunted by a ghost named FANGA.
The number of Americans who subscribe to cable TV is now on par with the number who subscribe to Netflix, according to a new report from PricewaterhouseCoopers.