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  • Andrey Popov | December 20, 2016
    Studio+, a subscription video on demand (SVoD) service from Vivendi specifically designed for mobile consumption launched in France, November 2016. Studio+ is intended to address the perceived shift in viewing behaviour of younger demographics by capturing the rise of mobile video among millennials.
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  • Irina Kornilova, Dan Cryan | December 15, 2016
    Amazon has made the Prime Video streaming service available worldwide, following the global launch of Netflix in January 2016. As of 14 December 2016, Amazon Prime Video was available in 200 countries, excluding China, Syria, Iran, and North Korea. In total, the launch encompasses 242 distinct geographical territories.
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  • Jonathan Broughton | December 02, 2016
    • Netflix has added the ability to download selected titles for offline viewing on smartphones and tablets • Laptops and other browser based streaming devices are currently not included in the roll-out • All users can utilise offline viewing regardless of country or subscription tier • Supported content includes much of Netflix’s original content library, alongside a reduced selection of third party content and films.

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  • Laura Aguilera | December 23, 2016
    Mexico's paid-for digital video market, including subscription (SVoD), and transactional (TVoD) business models, are estimated to grow 39% in 2016, generating consumer level revenues of MX 3.5 billion pesos (US $218 million). Growth is driven by launches of international and new local digital video services and by positive developments in the underlying economy and infrastructure. Mexico is the most populous Spanish-speaking country in the world and the second largest media market in Latin America, behind Portuguese-speaking Brazil.
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  • Mathieu Yulzari | November 30, 2016
    Brazil is the largest market in South America for digital video content. Consumers forecast to spend $527 million on transactional and subscription online video services in 2016 and increase of 25% over 2015.
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  • Icon Sr Principal Researcher, Video
    Helen Davis Jayalath has been analyzing the international home entertainment business since 1991 and is widely acknowledged as a leading authority in the field. She led the expansion of IHS’s coverage of the sector from 1994 to 2012, including the development of the online Video Intelligence service which set new standards for market information about the video industry.
  • Icon Director, Video Media
    Richard Cooper heads the IHS video team, and is responsible for the ongoing development of the online Video Intelligence service, including designing, constructing and maintaining the detailed computer models that underpin the IHS video forecasts.

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