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Despite the cost of living crisis, people in the UK are tending to spend more and certainly no less on streaming video services, preferring to cut other expenses than their own entertainment at home, even subscribing to extra services as they cut other spending says Omdia research.
OMdia 25May2022
A study from media processing and delivery technology provider Appear has found that sports broadcast investment has bounced back from a Covid lull with companies making low level investments higher than pre-pandemic levels and mid-range and high levels of investment are on the rise.
Appear IABM sports bro 25May2022
Despite a common misconception that streaming series are more likely to be short-lived than their linear counterparts, research from Ampere Analysis has revealed just how streamers are increasingly committed to long-running series.
AMpere VoD renewals 23May2022
Jumping $89 billion in the forecast period, with about $21 billion to be added in 2022 alone, global revenues from OTT TV episode and movies are set to grow from $135 billion at the end of 2021 to reach $224 billion in 2027 says a study from Digital TV Research.
Netflix French 9Feb2022
Despite a dip in total TV viewing, April 2022 marked yet another milestone for streaming with audiences spending more than 30% of their total TV time watching over-the-top video content said the latest Gauge study from Nielsen.
Nielsen Gauge 20May2022
Even though the region is traditionally referred to as a mobile-driven market, the pandemic has accelerated the importance taken by larger screens in Asia Pacific, and 110 million additional pay-TV subscriptions are expected to be observed in the next five years says a study from Dataxis.
Dataxis APAC 20May2022