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A study from Digital TV Research is forecasting that global revenues from traditional pay-TV and over-the-top TV episodes and films will reach $265 billion in 2018, up from $254 billion in 2017 and $234 billion in 2015.
DigTVres TV databook 22Oct2018
Consumers in the US continue to show exceptionally strong interest in so-called next-gen television service (also known as ATSC 3.0), which offers the same programming as existing free live over-the-air TV (such as local news, live sports, programming from ABC, CBS, NBC, Fox and other broadcast networks), but adds advanced streaming-type features.

Research from Telaria and Adobe Advertising Cloud provides more proof that take-up of traditional pay-TV or OTT services is not a case of having one or the other.
teleria cable cordcut 17Oct2018

A report by the European Audiovisual Observatory has found that despite the imminent onset of Brexit, the UK is a main hub for TV channels and on-demand services targeting other national markets across the EU.

The monthly review of the online video market by Ampere Analysis has shown that the aggressive content strategies by Netflix and Amazon are succeeding with views increasing, but despite heavy promotion, Facebook video views are slipping.

Subscription video-on-demand will continue to surge over the next five years says new Deloitte research, driven by improved connectivity, increased volume of available content and low barriers to entry through reasonably priced services.

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