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Tracking the markets and strategies of media & home entertainment. Detailed media intelligence covering television, film, gaming, music, and advertising.


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Tania Loeffler | September 30, 2016
Canadian Subscription Video-on-demand (SVoD) service Shomi, has announced it will no longer accept new subscribers and will officially close in November 2016. A joint venture between Shaw and Rogers communications, the service launched in Beta in August of 2014 and then officially in November 2014. However, only for Shaw and Rogers customers (pay TV subscribers) as an “over-the-top” (OTT) add-on to their TV-based VoD viewing options. In May of 2015, Shomi was revamped as a standalone service, and offered in addition, to non-subscribers for CAN $8.99 ($6.83) per month. Corus Entertainment Inc. acquired the media arm of Shaw in April 2016, but explicitly did not take-up the 50% ownership of Shomi, co-owner Rogers was left without a partner able to invest in seeing the SVoD service through any further attempts to grow its subscriber base. In July of 2016, Rogers began to offer a years’ worth of Netflix Premium (CAN $143.88 value) as a limited time offer to its 4k operator multi-play (TV, phone, broadband combined) customers. Current Shomi subscribers can continue watching content via their Shaw or Rogers set-top box, on select tablets, mobile devices, Xbox 360 and Xbox One, Apple TV, Chromecast, and PS4 until 30 November 2016.
David Hancock | September 23, 2016
Dalian Wanda group, rapidly becoming a global force in the movie business, has taken a further step in its ambition to become the world’s largest entertainment company

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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.
Cinema worldwide continues to evolve in numerous directions. Digital cinema is now the format of choice bringing with it major changes in content distribution, packaging, and production methods. If you want to succeed in this increasingly complex business, you’ll need a trusted source of comprehensive market intelligence.
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.
As leading provider of information and analysis on the global interactive leisure software and marketplace, IHS has launched a service to provide clients with up-to-date and reliable market data.
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.
With forecasts for over 100 countries, IHS Operator Multiplay Intelligence offers an extremely wide analysis of emerging markets and the fast rising digital audience around the world. The service metrics cover all parts of a multiplay offering: mobile, pay TV, fixed broadband and voice. Operator Multiplay benchmarks the performance of leading operators and their strategies for combining services to boost customer retention and revenues.
Enables crucial decision making in video technology and services for Media and Entertainment companies
TV Channel Intelligence provides a deep-dive analysis into the reach, distribution and revenue of the pay and free television channels owned by the world's major multichannel operators. This is the first comprehensive Intelligence service able to track, model and forecast the multichannel TV business outside the United States.
The TV Media Intelligence Service leverages long-standing relationships with operators in all of the 70+ markets that we cover, resulting in the only truly comprehensive source of television market intelligence available anywhere in the world.
TV Programming Intelligence delivers unique insight into a market worth more than $103 billion in 2015. The service values investments on originated, acquired and sports programming by free-to-air and pay TV broadcasters.
The IHS TV Sets Intelligence Service offers extensive analysis of the trends driving today's TV set market. Maintained by an experienced team of regional industry experts, the service helps you gain a better understanding of the dynamics in today's global TV market.
IHS TV Sets Intelligence Service - Premium offers extensive analysis of the trends driving today's TV set market. Maintained by an experienced team of regional industry experts, the service helps you gain a better understanding of the dynamics in today's global TV market.
Video Media Intelligence service provides the world's most reliable and detailed information on the global packaged video markets.

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The US Video Media Intelligence service provides the most reliable and detailed information on US home entertainment market developments and trends.

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  • Chenyu Cui | September 23, 2016
    As expected, the ranking of the major companies did not change greatly in Q2. Although Tencent’s revenue from the PC segment suffered quarterly decline (6.5%), it managed to retain its leading position with a market share of 64%.
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  • Orpheas Tapanlis | September 21, 2016
    The TV advertising markets of the 14 CEE countries grew by 1.5% (excluding Russia) in 2015. In absolute terms, the CEE region TV NAR shrank from €6,301m (€3,165m exc. Russia) in 2014 to €5,230m (€3,213m exc. Russia) in 2015 equating to -17% drop.
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  • Tim Westcott, Kia Ling Teoh | September 20, 2016
    This report is based on analysis of the latest quarterly financial reports filed by 28 TV companies in the US, Japan and Europe. They include the broadcasting and cable network divisions of major US groups, the leading Japanese commercial broadcasters, and the largest publicly listed TV companies in the UK, France, Germany, Italy, Spain and Sweden.
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  • Peter Boyland | September 16, 2016
    In this country profile: data, charts, insight on the Sweden fixed voice, fixed broadband, mobile, pay TV and multiplay markets, plus comment on the major recent strategic and regulatory events.
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  • Peter Boyland | September 16, 2016
    In this country profile: data, charts, insight on the Switzerland fixed voice, fixed broadband, mobile, pay TV and multiplay markets, plus comment on the major recent strategic and regulatory events.
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  • Peter Boyland | September 15, 2016
    In this country profile: data, charts, insight on the Greece fixed voice, fixed broadband, mobile, pay TV and multiplay markets, plus comment on the major recent strategic and regulatory events.
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  • Icon Vice President, Consumer, Media, Telecoms & Displays
    Ben Keen is responsible for directing all research on consumer electronics, professional video technology, media, telecommunications and displays within the Technology division of IHS. He leads a team of over 150 expert analysts around the world.
  • 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 Senior Director, Advertising
    Daniel is a Senior Director at IHS, where he oversees the global advertising research, consulting and forecasting practice. His key research areas include media market disruption, the re-architecting of the media industry through data-driven approaches, publishers’ digital innovation strategies, platform economics, advertising technology, and media M&A.
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