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  • Jun Wen Woo | January 20, 2017
    Tencent’s messaging platform WeChat has launched a new platform called Mini Programs, where brands and businesses developers are able to build programs on the platform without users having to leave the app. Users can scan a QR code or search for the name of program to be opened within WeChat. Tencent claims that messaging app will remain lean as the cloud-based platform requires no extra storage space. Mini Programs can be seen as an alternative to traditional app store distribution but Tencent claims Mini Programs is different because it does not provide central location to distribute apps like Apple App Store and Google Play Store.
  • Cecilia Zhu | January 03, 2017
    TV operating system provider Zenterio has acquired the remaining 75% of the advertising technology company Adscribe.
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  • Jack Kent, Abel Nevarez | December 21, 2016
    US online music radio services Pandora and iHeartRadio have unveiled more details of their forthcoming premium on-demand subscription music plans. iHeartMedia, iHeartRadio’s parent company, launched beta versions of its paid subscription services for on-demand music for iOS and Android devices. Pandora Media also unveiled more details of its soon to launch on-demand premium subscription service. Pandora Premium will be priced at $9.99/month and aims to differentiate through its use of smart playlists which leverage its existing data on users’ music preferences to autofill playlists started by its audience.
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Helping customers make critical decisions to ensure success in today’s rapidly changing advertising and marketing landscape.
Broadband Media Intelligence provides detailed, constantly updated company and market information on the broadband access and online entertainment industries of 50 markets worldwide.
This Service (formerly called "Broadband Technology Intelligence Service") provides comprehensive time-critical information about the technical aspects of the connected home ranging from broadband access, to online video distribution and domestic hardware.
The Home Entertainment Key Performance Indicators (KPI) is a premium service available to IHS clients who subscribe to all TV Intelligence, Video Intelligence and Broadband Media Intelligence services. The KPI measure key metrics for 14 distribution channels across 38 individual countries and eight regional totals, offering clients the most complete picture of paid-for home entertainment market performance available.

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With a focus on the economics of mobile content and services, Mobile Media Intelligence, provides must have analysis of the business models that are transforming the digital world, including apps, app stores, messaging, games, music and video. This includes the value-added service strategies of operators and smartphone makers, plus over-the-top start-ups and established media companies. The service offers both global trends and market data for 48 countries.

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  • Jun Wen Woo | January 17, 2017
    The top mobile messaging apps tracked by IHS achieved a combined active user base of approximately 5 billion monthly active users in the third quarter of 2016. This is up 2% from the previous quarter and 21% year-over-year growth. However, the quarterly growth rate is slowing down.
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  • Maria Rua Aguete, Martyn Hannant, Vladimir Ryazantsev | December 14, 2016
    The European Broadband Cable Yearbook, produced in association with trade body Cable Europe, is widely recognised as the definitive guide to the European Cable Industry. Published continuously for over a decade, this annual report contains detailed data on the size and value of the cable industry in all European Union countries as well as other European Economic Area markets. With company-level information and market wide analysis it shows trends in cable uptake, digital progression, revenue and ARPU, broadband cable and cable telephony. Also includes a written summary of the cable industry developments within each country over the last year.
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  • Julian Watson | September 09, 2016
    In this country profile: data, charts, insight on the Canada fixed voice, fixed broadband, mobile, pay TV and multiplay markets, plus comment on the major recent strategic and regulatory events.
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  • Daniel Simmons, Merrick Kingston, Raphaela Lynn | October 16, 2015
    This presentation provides a clear overview of the major trends and dynamics across the Set-Top Box and OTT/Multiscreen landscape, it examines the rationale behind the emergence of new business models, vendor consolidation and technological developments such as UHD.
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  • Jack Kent | September 25, 2015
    In this presentation given at the Service Delivery Innovation Summit in September 2015, IHS Senior Principal Analyst Jack Kent analyses: the current state of the mobile content and services business; trends in mobile funding and M&A activity; how operators are investing to drive revenues in new verticals; and content partnership strategies.
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Analysts View All (23)

  • Icon Senior Director, Broadband Media
    Dan oversees the strategic development of the company's global output on the business and economics of broadband, the digital distribution of ebooks, movies, music, TV and user-generated content, and the relationship between content and consumer technology.
  • Icon Director, Tablets and PCs
    Rhoda Alexander has been covering the displays industry for more than 20 years. She is widely regarded as being the leading, independent analyst for desktop and specialty monitors, and her clients include virtually every major company in the monitor value chain.

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