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AVOD Market Report - US - 2019December 05, 2019Advertising Video On Demand or AVOD, while it has been around since the beginnings on online video, is re-emerging as a revenue stream of choice. Strategic changes and M&A have occurred across the industry in 2018 and 2019 with many market leaders leaning into AVOD. ...Subscribers Only
Netflix partners with Telecom Italia in Italy, while Spanish telcos are still considering the dealAugust 27, 2015Italian IPTV provider Telecom Italia has reached an agreement to add Netflix video streaming service to its TIMvision set-top box. In Spain, two telcos, Vodafone and Orange, are considering distribution agreements with Netflix.Subscribers Only
Netflix to become available in Southern Europe in October 2015June 09, 2015European expansion of Netflix continues with new countries, Spain, Italy and Portugal scheduled to launch in October 2015.Subscribers Only
The success of ‘The Interview’ on online video platforms helps Sony to recoup its investment but proves little in the wider windowing debateJanuary 20, 2015Two weeks since taking The Interview to online platforms in the US, Sony reported over $31 million in consumer revenues from its digital distribution (over 4.3m downloads) and $5m in cinema distribution.
President Obama pours oil into already heated U.S. net neutrality debateNovember 26, 2014Earlier this month, U.S. President Barack Obama, a long-time proponent of net neutrality, called on the Federal Communications Committee (FCC) to regulate the internet under “Title II of the Communications Act of 1934”, classifying it as a telecommunications service and applying the same restrictions placed on ‘common carrier’ telecoms services, which are considered to be public utility under the Act. Under the current status quo, broadband internet services are categorised as ‘information services’ meaning that internet service providers are not obliged to offer the same service for everyone, unlike in the case of telephone services or electricity.Subscribers Only
UPC Cablecom launches SVoD service MyPrime to compete with NetflixSeptember 04, 2014Liberty Global-owned Swiss operator UPC Cablecom has launched a multiscreen offer - called My Prime on the brink of Netflix’s expansion in Europe. The service is available to UPC Cablecom customers with Horizon and DigiCard premium bundles – Plus and Super - for no...Subscribers Only
Netflix to continue European expansion with 6 new market launchesMay 14, 2014Netflix has confirmed plans to expand further in Europe later in 2014 by launching in Germany, Austria, Switzerland, France, Belgium and Luxembourg.Subscribers Only
Google expands availability of Play movies, rolls out Chromecast to EuropeApril 04, 2014Google has increased the geographic availability of its Google Play movies and music stores to 37 new markets, with the service now available in 54 countries around the world. Simultaneously, Google has officially begun to ship its Chromecast HDMI device to France, Germany, Italy, Spain, the UK, the Netherlands, and the Nordics.Subscribers Only
Slingshot users in New Zealand now able to bypass geo-blockingJuly 01, 2013New Zealand ISP Slingshot has launched a new service for its broadband customers allowing them to hide their physical location from online services to access material normally restricted to users based...
BT raises pressure on BSkyB with free BT Sport offerMay 09, 2013BT will offer three pay TV sports channels for no extra charge to its broadband subscribers, a move aimed at defending its leadership of the UK broadband market and to offer a lower cost pay TV alternative to...
Belgian broadcasters unite to form catch-up TV portal RumbleAugust 28, 2012The three main Flemish language broadcasters in Belgium - public broadcaster VRT, and two commercial networks, VMMa and SBS Belgium, have joined forces in a joint project - a catch-up TV portal called Rumble....
TalkTalk offers free Lovefilm Instant membership for top tier broadband customersJuly 24, 2012UK ISP TalkTalk is now offering a free 12-month subscription to the Lovefilm Instant movie streaming service (normal cost of £4.99 per month) to its 'Plus' package customers. The 'Plus' package consists...
BSkyB acquires AcetraxMay 07, 2012UK satellite operator BSkyB has purchased Swiss-based transactional online movie service Acetrax, it was revealed in the pay-TV operator's first quarter 2012 results. The Acetrax app is built into LG, Samsung...
Netflix reports revenue growth as costs spiralFebruary 01, 2012Netflix, the international subscription video service, reported a 47 per cent year-on-year growth in revenue in Q4 2011, reaching a total of $876m. The domestic (US) streaming sector was responsible for 54 per...
Lovefilm introduces streaming-only packageDecember 14, 2011UK DVD-by-post and online video provider Lovefilm has launched a new streaming-only package. The offer is currently available to UK users for £4.99 a month for unlimited access. It allows users to stream...
Warner Opens 'New Window' for Amazon in UKNovember 21, 2011
Amazon-owned disc-by-post and streaming service Lovefilm has signed a multi-year content deal with Warner Bros that will give its subscribers exclusive access to Warner titles in what it describes as 'a second window' for subscription pay TV. From 2012 the deal will also introduce a 60-day window between a Warner title's initial transactional (retail and rental) release on DVD/BD, online and pay TV platforms and its availability on disc to Lovefilm's customers. The multi-layered deal also secures digital retail (download-to-own) and transactional rental rights for Lovefilm.
Warner opens 'new window' for Amazon in UKNovember 21, 2011Amazon-owned disc-by-post and streaming service Lovefilm has signed a multi-year content deal with Warner Bros that will give its subscribers 'exclusive' access to Warner titles in what it describes as 'a...
BBC Worldwide Launches International iPlayerAugust 02, 2011
BBC Worldwide, the commercial arm of the BBC, has launched the global version of the iPlayer as an iPad app. The application is now available in 11 European countries (Austria, Belgium, France, Germany, Italy, Luxembourg, Ireland, the Netherlands, Portugal, Spain and Switzerland), and allows customers to access programmes from the distributor. Unlike in Britain, where the iPlayer led the way in offering a true multi-device proposition, the global iPlayer will only be available on the iPad for at least a year. However, unlike the domestic version, the international application allows customers not only to stream content using 3G or Wi-Fi, but also to download programmes to the tablet for offline viewing.
BBC Worldwide launches international iPlayerAugust 01, 2011BBC Worldwide, the commercial arm of the BBC, has launched the global version the iPlayer as an iPad app. The application is now available in 11 European countries (Austria, Belgium, France, Germany, Italy,...