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Video Intelligence forecasts extended to 2020April 11, 2016IHS has extended the DVD and Blu-ray Disc retail and rental forecasts published in the Video Intelligence service for all territories and regions through to 2020.Subscribers Only
CraveTV to be offered as a standalone subscription service in 2016, announces exclusive HBO contentDecember 02, 2015Bell Media has announced it will unbundle CraveTV as of January 2016, making it available to anyone with a broadband connection in Canada. The service was first launched in December of 2014, but was only made available to Bell (and partner) pay TV customers as a sVoD “add-on” component to regular pay TV subscriptions. CraveTV cost Bell TV customers $4.00 extra a month; content from the service can be consumed both online via connected devices and via pay TV set-top boxes (STBs). In addition to opening the CraveTV service to non-pay TV customers, Bell has also recently announced that it has signed an exclusive multi-platform content deal with HBO, which will significantly increase the amount of HBO content and the duration of its availability for its customers. Bell Media will be able to deliver current and past seasons for popular TV series, in addition to, a library of exclusive HBO programming.Subscribers Only
Digital Music: The Second WaveFebruary 11, 2015The business of recorded music in Western markets is currently undergoing two simultaneous tectonic shifts. This report looks at the key trends and drivers in this doubly shifting market and how those trends are panning out in different regions.Subscribers Only
Examining the market for TV EST: a multi-market perspectiveJanuary 09, 2015The sale of TV episodes and series through transactional online digital retailers (i.e. Apple and Google), has failed to match the pace of expanding movie availability geographically seen on a global scaleSubscribers Only
Netflix arrives in Australia and New Zealand in March 2015November 21, 2014Global online video service Netflix has announced that it is going to enter Australia and New Zealand in March 2015. Outside the USA, Netflix is already available in Canada, Latin America, the UK and Ireland, Denmark, Finland, Norway, Sweden, the Netherlands, France, Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Belgium. Australia and New Zealand bring the number of countries with the service to more than 50.Subscribers Only
Canadian cable giants Rogers and Shaw launch Netflix competitor, ShomiAugust 28, 2014Canadian cable TV market leaders, Rogers and Shaw, intend to launch a subscription video competitor to Netflix, dubbed Shomi, in November 2014 at a price of $8.99 a month. The service will initially be available to Rogers and Shaw Broadband and TV customers.
As Netflix pushes further into Europe, cost control will be criticalJuly 03, 2014In the second half of 2014, Netflix is to expand its European operations into France, Belgium, Luxembourg, Germany, Switzerland and Austria – its largest international expansion since the company launched across Latin America in 2011. The rapid expansion brings with it the chance for content companies to monetise the hitherto underdeveloped subscription VoD market in new territories.Subscribers Only
Netflix’s International losses narrow but price increases on the wayApril 22, 2014Online subscription service Netflix ended Q1 2014 with 11.8 million paying subscribers in its International business. The company added more than 2 million paying subscribers in the quarter where there were no new territory launches, a quarterly growth rate of 21%.
Netflix losses increase for International, but per-subscriber financials improveJanuary 24, 2013Streaming online video service provider Netflix saw a 33 per cent increase in paying International subscribers in the fourth quarter of 2012. The company ended the period with 4.892m paying subscribers...
Movies: Cross-platform Market MonitorJanuary 16, 2013 Subscribers Only
Entertainment One purchase of Alliance Films approvedJanuary 07, 2013Independent film and television producer and distributor Entertainment One Ltd (eOne) has completed its purchase of Alliance Films, first announced in September 2012, which was subject to approval by the Canadian Competition Bureau.
Movies: Cross-platform Market MonitorFebruary 29, 2012 Subscribers Only
NEW DATA Movie-only, TV-only data and forecasts now available through Home Entertainment KPI serviceFebruary 10, 2012The Home Entertainment Key Performance Indicators (KPI) service has been updated and expanded to offer increased granularity in the area of content genres and new data unique to the service. Three new levels of granularity have been added to the extensive