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Provides in depth coverage of the production, transport, processing and SSR services used by the media industry to provide video content to viewers.

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The IHS Markit Media Management Intelligence Service provides comprehensive industry value forecasts, historic data and an in-depth analysis of the global media management industry. Building a unique and global view of the media management market from both supply and demand perspectives with analysis of infrastructure investment decisions and CapEx vs. OpEx, this service enables informed build vs buy vs partner decisions, and provides an integrated view of the competitive global media management landscape.


Reports View All (13)

  • Tom Morrod, Przemek Bozek | May 09, 2016
    This report described the CDN industry trends in the broadband and video technology sector, covering broadband & video infrastucture, managed services and data transmission. It includes overview of major companies.
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  • Przemek Bozek | January 20, 2016
    This report defines and quantifies opportunities for Media Managed Services globally and in regions. All data is forecasted until 2020. Media Managed Services include: Transmission: satellite, fibre, CDN, terrestrial TV services and teleport; Processing: linear playout and asset management; Cloud based services: CMS, monetization, discovery and other cloud services and Storage.
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  • Helen Davis Jayalath | August 20, 2015
    Between 2000 and 2014, consumers worldwide spent $398 billion on buying pre-recorded video content on physical formats. Almost two-thirds of this was spent on purchasing movies with a further 17% generated by the sale of TV product. This report examines how demand for these key genres has evolved over time and by region.
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  • Daniel Simmons | January 06, 2017
    The Video Software, Security & Analytics Trax provides accurate data and analyses including total market value, vendor market share, forecasts, and market trends on a continuous basis to help clients make better business decisions in the digital video software market.
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  • Daniel Simmons | December 06, 2016
    This workbook regroups the core dataset underlying the Video Software, Security, and Analytics Intelligence service, and presents this data in Microsoft Excel pivot-table form.
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  • Daniel Simmons | December 01, 2016
    Specifically for the video software industry, this workbook regroups supplier-buyer relationship information, and presents this data in Microsoft Excel pivot-table form.
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  • Tom Morrod | March 19, 2015
    The consumer electronics product portfolio demonstrates the research areas as well as the coverage and comprehensive solutions available. There is also an in-depth discussion on a range of topical and future trends in consumer electronics, connected home devices and professional video.
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  • Tom Morrod | March 17, 2015
    Connectable consumer devices are continuing to drive content consumption online and multiscreen. 2015 will see video accounting for over half of all internet traffic. This new behaviour has resulted in additional costs in processing and distribution, as such linear TV remains the more favourable method in creating new revenue. However, new monetisation opportunities such as analytics-based programming advertising and recommendations-based content delivery can offset these additional costs. The monetisation of connected devices is also leading service operators to diversify their service provisions.
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  • Tom Morrod | October 13, 2014
    As household penetration of UHD TV sets is projected to reach 15% by 2019, content providers will have to look into ways to capitalise on the 4K opportunity.
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  • Analyst photo placeholder Senior Analyst, Consumer Devices & Professional Video
    Andrew joined IHS in February 2008 and works as a senior analyst researching professional video technology. He has co-authored a major report on the global broadcast and media technology industry for the IABM and has worked on many bespoke consultancy projects covering broadcast and media technology all over the world.
  • Icon Principal Analyst, Consumer Electronics, Broadband & Video Technology
    Przemek is a Principal Analyst in the Consumer Electronics, Broadband & Video Technology, heading research areas of Data Transmission and Infrastructure. His areas of focus are spanning products and services used for media management, managed services and data transmission.
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