Jonathan Broughton

Jonathan Broughton

Mr. Jonathan Broughton is a principal research analyst, Programming and Home Entertainment at IHS Markit.

He covers the digital and physical markets in the UK and Nordics and has contributed on a range of subjects including competitive analysis surrounding pricing, changes in viewing behavior, SVoD consumer strategy and piracy. He has also led and contributed to a range of bespoke research projects and consultancies in the areas of asset management, UHD/HDR video, VR video, eSports, the impact of SVoD on consumer viewing and spending, and catch-up television services.

Jonathan joined IHS Markit in 2010 and initially worked in the Television Media helping to design and launch the Television Channel Intelligence service. In this role, Jonathan participated in and led a number of bespoke research projects and consultancies in the area of pay TV and television channels, highlights include bespoke research into future 4k broadcasting and the competitive landscape surrounding sports rights. He also contributed to the operation of the Television Media Intelligence services and was responsible for IHS Markit media insights in India.


Contributions View All (43)

Netflix increases prices in the US and select WE countries

•Netflix has increased its standard and premium tier prices in the US and across select countries in Western Europe. •IHS Markit believes that pricing will be rolled out across all affected territories within the next three months, with new prices starting at the latest in January 2018. ​ •2018 will see the SVoD giant tipping the scales at just over $13bn in revenues.

Read More Subscribers Only
Media & Advertising
Amazon to close LoveFilm rental service

Amazon will close its DVD and Blu-Ray by mail service LoveFilm in the UK and Germany - its last remaining regions on 31st October this year. The termination comes 15 years after LoveFilm's original founding in 2002 as ‘DVDsOnTap’ and 6 years after Amazon’s acquisition of the brand in 2011.

Read More Subscribers Only
Media & Advertising
BBC Store (Digital Retail) to close in November

BBC will close its digital retail store on the 1st of November 2017 (launched November 2015, covered by IHS here), citing growing demand for subscription services and demand for the retail store not being as strong as BBC had hoped for. Customers will be issued with a refund to their purchases, or Amazon vouchers with a slight markup, to repurchase their content. The BBC has commented that they are committed to helping consumers to find content via other services and platforms.

Read More
Media & Advertising
Share facebook Twitter Google Plus Linked In Add This Contact Us