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Research from Ampere Analysis has revealed that producers of high-end scripted content will face Covid-related delays for far longer than their unscripted counterparts leading to questions as to how producers of linear TV’s most popular content can meet consumer demand for recent, relevant and local content.

An online survey from Edgeware has highlighted streaming TV providers’ limited visibility into their customers’ quality of experience and the means to correct quality-impacting problems in real time.
Edgeware survey graph 17 Sep 2020
Leading MENA subscription video-on-demand (SVOD) service STARZPLAY has reported robust unique user growth in April 2020 at the height of the Covid-19 outbreak in the region.
STarzplay consumption 16Sep2020
The surge in streaming has not just attracted a massive flow of users to subscribe to services, it has also attracted a massive flow of venture capital according to a study from financial hub BuyShares.

On the presumption that Covid-19 continues to stall growth throughout this year, the UK’s entertainment and media (E&M) sector is forecast to suffer a sharp decline in growth this year as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic, before recovering to grow by £15 billion over the next five years according to PwC’s latest Global Entertainment & Media (E&M) Outlook 2020-2024.
PWC mediaoutlook 9Sep2020
With streaming services having enjoyed a surge since lockdowns were introduced in March it would not surprise anyone to find streaming devices shipments having spiked at the same time and this is exactly what has happened according to Strategy Analytics research.
StrategyAnalytic TV Streaming Platforms 3Sep2020
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