Classic pay-TV recorded a decline in revenues in Germany in 2020 from €2.4 billion (2019) to €2.1 billion.
German children’s and family channel Fix&Foxi is launching a subscription video-on-demand (SVOD) offer within the Huawei video app on the Huawei mobile platform.
Subscription-based video-on-demand (SVOD) and pay-TV are growing in Germany, but SVOD is growing faster.
German video-on-demand provider Netzkino is now also offering a subscription video-on-demand (SVOD) service on Amazon in addition to its free, advertising-financed service.
The German video market stepped up its dynamic transition in 2018, driven by subscription spending.
Europe will have 262 million TV subscriptions by the end of 2018; up from 205 million at end-2015. Western Europe has had the most growth.
Netflix and Amazon Prime dominate the German SVOD market in terms of subscriber numbers and recorded strong growth in the third quarter of 2018.
German movie and TV production company UFA has launched a subscription video-on-demand (SVOD) service at the occasion of its 100-year anniversary.
Much has been discussed about SVOD’s impact on the traditional pay-TV sector. Several observers declared that SVOD would kill pay-TV.
North America will have 112 million SVOD subscribers [for movie and TV services only – excluding sports, for example] by end-2016, up by 19 million on 2015.