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Research from streaming media intelligence cloud provider Conviva has found that content streamed for the first time is typically discovered in four ways with a direct correlation between high social media usage and high streaming video consumption, showing social platforms are key to new content discovery.
Conviva discovery 21Sep2021
While it says streaming’s popularity continues to drive tectonic changes in how media companies are organised and valued, a study from Whip Media is warning that the leading subscription video-on-demand suppliers will need to have an abundance of both original and evergreen content to continue to prosper.
WhipMedia 20Sep2021
Data from the FTTH Council Europe is predicting that the number of homes passed for fibre to the home/business by 2026 in the 27 EU countries and the UK will total 197 million, compared with 118 million this year, and with Germany, the UK, the Netherlands and Italy to experience what is said to be “remarkable” growth.
CityFibre Full Fibre Roll Out
The spike in entertainment uptake that was recorded during the lockdown days of early 2020 has persisted through to the first six months of 2021 says analyst The NPD Group, finding reported time spent watching TV shows and movies in the US in the first half of 2021 rose 4% over last year.
HOrowitz State of Viewing Streaming 16July2021
Consumer data from analyst Parks Associates has revealed the grip that the so called Big 3 SVOD services have in the US, revealing at 54% of broadband households now combine one of  Netflix, Amazon and/or Hulu with at least one other subscription OTT service.
Samsung lifestyle 14Sep2021
The sharp fall drop in pay-TV subscribers that began in 2018 looks to have steadied off but it is clear that there looks like there is no way back for the traditional TV industry according to research from Moffett Nathanson.
YouTube AmazonFIresTV 10July2019
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