New reports and latest news
Since the previous update, the Analytics and Markets teams have published a series of new reports - details are below.
We have added two new SVoD platforms to Markets - Amediateka (RU) and DPlay (Nordics) as well as mobile operator, ICE (NO). Iceland is the latest country to be added, taking coverage up to 95 countries.
New updates to Analytics include the following platforms; BluTV (TR), Ipla (PL), TV Now (DE), U-Next (JP) and Globo Play (BR).
New reports and presentations include:
Q1 2019 Analytics Quarterly Update
This report focuses on the global SVoD market in Q1 2019, looking at both new and existing titles across multiple platforms. It looks at the global SVoD landscape followed by an in depth review of specific platforms and countries
What can we expect from 5G and when?
A growing number of mobile network operators are launching their 5G networks with bold claims of the new capabilities. In this presentation, we set a realistic timeline for what to expect from the next generation of mobile technologies
French TV Market
As the French TV market undergoes changes due to the growing interest for OTT platforms, traditional broadcasters are implementing new strategies in an effort to compete with global players
Show formats dominated by UK reality TV
Ampere’s Commissioning service identifies 149 first run TV shows currently in production as remakes of existing show formats originating from other territories. UK originating shows account for 40% of the current slate of exported TV show formats, largely reality and other unscripted titles
Netflix: Two-tier strategy to original production cycles
This report analyses the length of time between Netflix announcing a title being commissioned, and its premiere on the platform. Netflix follows distinct patterns of announcement and release for its original and commissioned shows, with strong grouping of the number of days between first talking about a show and its premiere
Australian SVoD services
An overview of the Australian SVoD market, with a focus on the growth and content strategies of the four major SVoD platforms: Netflix, Amazon Prime Video, Stan and Foxtel Now
Children's content age ranges
The three major SVoD providers in the UK; Netflix, Amazon Prime Video, and Now TV, have increased the number of children’s and family TV shows on their platforms over the past two years. While each SVoD has aimed to provide titles directed at children across all age ranges, they tend to specialise in specific age groups
SVoD in Turkey
As the SVoD market in Turkey matures, competition among SVoD providers is driving uptake of SVoD services and ushering in a new era for Turkish content