SVOD

The Importance of Subscription Performance in SVOD

7 months ago

The market for streaming video on demand (SVOD) continues to grow. By the end of this year it’s estimated that 161 million homes worldwide will be using SVOD, according to figures from Research and Markets. When you look at their predictions for forthcoming years, the growth is even more apparent. They estimate that by 2020, […]

Quality Content to Boost SVOD Revenue to $120B by 2022

10 months ago

New insights from Juniper Research say that that SVOD (Subscription Video on Demand) services, provided by giants like Netflix and Amazon, will boost OTT revenues by 88% to reach $120 billion in 2022. The research also states that over a quarter of worldwide households will have an account with SVOD services by 2022. However, the […]

Why SVOD Parental Control Shouldn’t Be Overlooked

1 year ago

The way audiences consume entertainment has never been more prevailing as with the rapid expansion of SVOD (Subscription Video on Demand) and OTT (Over-the-Top) services. In a new study of the top US streaming video platforms and digital content providers, the Parents Television Council – an education organisation advocating responsible entertainment – found that parental controls are negligent […]

By 2021, 428 Million Homes Worldwide Will Have SVOD

2 years ago

According to the Global SVOD Forecasts report, the number of Subscription Video On Demand (SVOD) homes will reach 428 million across 200 countries by 2021 – a massive increase on 2015’s 177 million and 2016’s 248 million! Currently, North America is the country where consumers are most likely to subscribe to SVOD service. However, by 2019, […]

Western European SVOD Industry to Generate €3 Billion in Revenue by End 2016

2 years ago

In 2015, total spending on SVOD in Western Europe surpassed €2 billion. By the end of 2016, this figure is expected to reach €3 billion, according to a new report released by IHS Markit. So why is SVOD growing so quickly in Western Europe? And which countries are primarily responsible this growth? One of the biggest […]

Why Mobile Devices Now Account for More Than Half of Online Viewing

2 years ago

For the first time ever, the majority of online viewing is taking place on mobile devices, according to new research by Ooyala. Drawing on insights from over 3.5 billion video analytic events per day from 220 million viewers across the world, Ooylah found that mobile devices now represent 51 percent of all online viewing. So why […]

VOD Is Spreading Globally

3 years ago

It’s no secret that video on demand (VOD) and subscription video on demand (SVOD) have been growing in popularity over the last few years, with 50 percent of internet users aged 16 and over regularly using SVOD technology to watch television and movies in the US. Now, however, the popularity of VOD and SVOD is spreading even […]

Millions to Ditch Their TV License for a Streaming Service

3 years ago

Streaming services are becoming more popular every year. But, according to a new survey, as VOD and SVOD continue to embed themselves in our lives, almost 10 million Brits will get rid of their TV license. So what will this mean for the future of television? Around the world, tens of millions of people now […]

Cord Cutting and The Future of Television

3 years ago

Industry pundits predicted that, by now, traditional television would have perished. Like the music industry, which has been irrevocably changed by the likes of iTunes and Spotify, television viewers were supposed to have moved to online alternatives – citing high costs, an abundance of low-quality or niche content, and atrocious customer service as the reasons. […]

Video Streaming: One of the Fastest Growing Entertainment Methods

3 years ago

Streamed video on demand (SVOD) is still a relatively new concept. Even 10 years ago, the idea of being able to choose exactly which shows you wish to watch at exactly the times that suit you would have seemed extremely foreign – not to mention exciting! So why is SVOD growing so quickly? And will […]

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