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Of the six new SVOD players set to launch in the American market from late 2019 to the first half of 2020 — Disney+, Viacom’s BET+, WarnerMedia’s HBO Max, Apple TV+, short-form start-up Quibi and NBCU’s streaming service — Disney is leading the way in original productions according to a report from Ampere Analysis.
ampere 18 sept 2019
The proliferation of mobile devices and internet connectivity has created a global live-streaming video boom presenting new opportunities yet quality issues persist says a survey of US consumers from Agora.

The global pay-TV market is in a state of transition, as the growth of IP services continues to disrupt the industry - however, pay-TV providers see significant opportunity if they can innovate in their business models.
Nagra payTVIF 21June2018
TV and video was always the intended key use case for advanced comms networks and research from IHS Markit has revealed that a tipping point has been reached in the transition of mobile devices from being voice-centric to media-centric platforms.

A study from Digital TV Research is forecasting that even though there will be an additional 60 million pay-TV subscribers between 2018 and 2024, taking the global total to 1.08 billion, the business generated by such subscribers is on a downwards track driven by the current battering in the US market.
DigTVRes 11Sep2019
A study from Horowitz Research has revealed that Asian TV content viewers continue to lead the market in US streaming TV with just over three-quarters of the community being streamers, compared with 65% of TV content viewers overall.

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