A new year - a new service, latest reports + an Ampere webinar
Launched earlier this month, Ampere Commissioning Analytics comprises a database of all major new shows commissioned or in development by the major commissioning companies across linear and SVoD platforms globally - up to two years in the future. The service is supported by a regular flow of reports and a monthly summary of key, emerging trends. Clients should request a trial if they are interested. The first monthly summary has been opened up to clients of all services.
In other news, we are shortly going to field with Wave eight of our consumer survey - adding China, India, South African and Canada to the list of countries covered in the service.
Please join us on Thursday 24th of January for a webinar to showcase Commissioning Analytics.
The Commissioning strategies and trends for 2019 webinar will cover:
- How are FAANGs changing their commissioning strategies? Is there a marked shift towards scripted content?
- Which countries are FAANGs commissioning in?
- What's the genre mix for 2019 and beyond? Are we seeing a shift to a broader and more diverse mix of content?
- How do the leading FAANGs compare to the larger US linear commissioners, are they really stealing a march on these experienced players?
- What are the US linear players commissioning in response to the growth of Netflix
- Are the US linear players echoing Netflix’s co-productions strategy to spread their costs and how does that play-out compared to other key regions such as western Europe?
We will be running the webinar twice to cater for international clients - please register using one of the links below:
Session 1, 10am GMT, 24th January
Session 2, 9am PT (5pm GMT), 24th January
Since the last client update in November, Ampere has published a dozen new reports, including:
Profile: Netflix commissioning
Netflix is aggressively ramping up global productions, particularly in the Asian and European regions. Netflix substantially increased its announced titles for Europe in the fourth quarter of 2018 to 24 new European titles
US production majors position for a direct-to-consumer future
Production overview shows US linear commissioners positioning themselves for direct-to-consumer services, with certain production companies favoured for particular genres
The expansion of Amazon Prime Video
This short report examines some of Amazon Prime Video's key performance indicators across multiple regions worldwide, framing its global video rollout
Profile: Chinese theatrical revenues to overtake USA by 2022
Revenues from the Chinese market have continued to rise over successive years, supported by aggressive cinema building on an unprecedented scale. By year end 2022 theatrical revenues in China will reach $11.8bn, surpassing the USA to become the number one theatrical market globally
Profile: Channels Q3 2018
Following the Q3 2018 update of Ampere Channels, the offerings from 245 pay TV operators are analysed and key trends explored.
Profile: Dissatisfied demands
What do the most unhappy pay TV customers want? This profile examines low-satisfaction TV subscribers, and examines a few of the reasons that they may be less happy with their provider
On trend - US linear commissions reflect society
The future of US television: US linear commissioners go head to head with Netflix, producing a wealth of social, and politically charged content
FAANGs commit to crime
The FAANG group streaming platforms, consisting of Facebook Watch, Amazon Prime, Apple, Netflix and Google's recently re-branded YouTube Premium, continue to expand their catalogues of original content, with over 400 upcoming titles across the five companies
Commissioning Analytics December tear sheet
A general upswing in unscripted commissions is evident over the past few months, reflecting a growing interest in this sector from streaming players. US Network drama in development or production in December explores themes of law enforcement augmented with 'special powers'...