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After the population complied with the stay at home order decreed in March 2020, the UK’s TV and streaming industries have enjoyed a surge in popularity, with viewers spending six hours and 25 minutes each day on average watching TV and online video content, research from Ofcom has found.
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Research from Ampere Analysis has identified Spanish-speaking territories as providing a rich seam for subscription video-on-demand services to mine, with local audiences increasingly turning to digital subscription services.
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After a surge of three million sign-ups in the three months to April, which covered the early Covid-19 lockdown period, new subscription video-on-demand customer numbers have fallen back to a more normal level, hitting 826,000 in the second quarter of 2020 according to research from Kantar.
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Data released by the British Association for Screen Entertainment (BASE) and compiled by The Official Charts Company (OCC) has shown that consumer spend on digital film to buy and keep grew by more than 87% during the lockdown period to a year-to-date value of £113 million to the end of June 2020.

Subscription video-on-demand leader Netflix has surged since stay-at-home orders mandated in the US and data from Reelgood has shown that the SVOD service has maintained its popularity into the end of the first half of the year.
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Even though arch-rival Netflix has the better offering according to audience ratings, research conducted by Cable.co.uk has found that Amazon Prime has the best original programming of the streaming services available in the UK according to IMDB.

In what the Paris-based new station shows is its increasing relevance in the continent outside of traditional Francophonic territories while feeding people’s growing need for trustworthy information , France 24 in English has increased its presence in two Anglophonic African countries.

Research from SpotX into the behaviour of connected TV audiences in Europe has found that CTV landscape is growing rapidly with 60% using the platform as their primary way of watching television.