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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
Asian online video market intensifies as services revealed upcoming plans at the 2015 ATFDecember 05, 2015Asia TV Forum and Market (ATF) 2015 in Singapore was attended by international content sellers for traditional TV and digital distribution and Asian buyers. The conference’s focus was on content acquisition - industry players gathered to discuss acquisition of content across all genres and platforms, as well funding and co-production opportunities.
PCCW Media launches a new streaming service – Viu OTTNovember 15, 2015PCCW Media has launched Viu OTT, online video streaming service in Hong Kong in October 2015. The service is now operating on a freemium basis with advertisement, the company revealed that paid service will be introduced in the future but the launch date and pricing detail were not disclosed.
Netflix to continue expansion in Asia with 4 new market launchesSeptember 29, 2015The US online streaming service has now confirmed its plan to expand further in Asia in early 2016. New territories will include South Korea, Singapore, Hong Kong, and Taiwan. Subscribers in these countries will gain access to Hollywood and local TV series and movie content, as well as Netflix’s original series.
Movies: Cross-platform Market MonitorJanuary 16, 2013 Subscribers Only
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