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In a twelve-month period that ended at the height of the Covid-19 outbreak, the BBC is claiming in its annual report to have had a strong year for content but accepts that it must keep reforming to be trusted, relevant and indispensable in the digital age and continue with its decade-long cost-cutting programme.
BBC 25Oct2018

While its global research found that the world’s increase in streaming viewing time raced ahead 63% year over year in the second quarter of the year, Asia recorded among the smallest gains in streaming time, inching up 2% over the same time period, and lagging behind other regions in quality improvements says research from Conviva.
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One of the most notable parts of the cost-cutting imposed on the BBC was the decision taken to remove youth-oriented channel BBC Three from the linear grid but despite being the original home to subsequent major programmes, the action has seen its audience fallen off a cliff.
Killing Eve3 Cromer 17Feb2020
The return of sports programming from the MLB, NHL and NBA season with their starts and restarts have driven TV viewership in the US over the second quarter of the year to increase of 71% annually according to the latest edition of the TV Viewership Report from Effectv, the advertising sales division of Comcast Cable.
effectv comcast 2Sep2020
Multiple versions of the global franchise The Voice have secured strong ratings in in key territories across Western Europe.

The number of people that view streamed content on an average day in Sweden has never been higher and has a reached a point, says research firm Mediavision, where the country can be categorised as having entered a completely digital TV-market.
TV4 iPad Idol 27Feb2019
A study from social video analytics company Tubular Labs measuring the growth of YouTube's Made For Kids marketplace has seen major uptick in views/engagements on the platform since the start of the pandemic.
Made For KIds Tubular 28AUg2020
With the online video industry enjoying a massive uptick at the moment, a survey from the Reelgood film and TV streaming search engine service has shown that Amazon Prime Video and Netflix are way out ahead of the pack when it comes to the amount of new content consumers get from subscription video-on-demand (SVOD) services.
Reelgood fresh streaming 27Aug2020