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A study from Horowitz Research has shown that as Asian American, Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander Heritage Month comes to a close, there is an opportunity for media companies to continue to invest in Asian-themed content that is resonant to and inclusive of all Asian cultures.
asian production 31May2023
Despite a global slowdown, and with homes in the established markets experiencing fatigue and major players starting to lose subscribers, the subscription video-on-demand (SVOD) market is still going strong in East Asia says research from Dataxis.
Dataxis East Asia 24 May 2023
A study from the Leichtman Research Group (LRG) has found that in the first quarter of 2023 the leading pay-TV providers in the US reported higher subscriber losses than in any previous three-month period.
Vevo Comcast 11 Jan 2020
Revealing that contrary to recent reports there is still plenty of growth left in the industry, a study from Digital TV Research is forecasting that the global subscription video-on-demand (SVOD) market will increase by 400 million customers over the next five years to reach 1.76 billion.
Netflix tablet android ui 30March2023
A study from  Ampere Analysis has highlighted how a successful media rights strategy has fuelled continued growth for DAZN in Spain, seeing it soar to the tenth most-watched service in the country with a 38% share of the local sports media rights market.
AMpe3re DAZN Spain 12May2023
A study from Hub Entertainment Research has revealed that for the first time in five years, US video service consumers have cut back on the number of TV services they use, especially with paid TV offers.
HUb video stack 12May2023