• Disney+ Subs Slowdown Cited For Stock Downgrade... And Now 2022 Marvel Debuts Have Been Delayed
    A Barclays analyst cited too little new content as a reason for doubting Disney+'s ability to meet its long-term subscriber target. Then Disney announced that the debuts of several Marvel films are being pushed back, meaning that three instead of four will bow in 2022.
  • Amazon Prime Video Favored Among 55+ Streamers, Netflix Could Face A Struggle
    Netflix currently has high saturation among the older demographic, particularly in the U.S. But it may have a tough time keeping them in the face of cheaper competitors that offer sports and news.
  • Studios Could Face Massive Content Crunch As Production Workers Authorize Nationwide Strike
    Entertainment companies, still in pandemic recovery mode, could see content dry up for their streaming services and their theatrical revenue stream if the sides fail to reach a deal.
  • OTT Services With Broad-Based Content Command 70% Of Video Viewing Time
    That's why predominantly vertical ad-supported streamers like Crackle have been pushing to broaden their offerings.
  • Apple TV+ Crams 36 Apple Product Placements Into 29 Minutes Of 'Ted Lasso'
    There were 700-plus Apple product shots across 74 episodes of various Apple TV+ shows, not including audio and plot-connection product placements, according to a "Wall Street Journal" analysis.
  • Video Gaming Poses Growing Competition To Streaming
    On average, U.S. broadband households report spending about 30% of their combined video gaming and OTT video watching time on gaming -- and it's closer to 40% among Gen Z.
  • Streaming Services Go After Big Opportunity In Latin America
    Five leading U.S.-based streaming services will account for 91% of more than 130 million SVOD subscriptions in Latin America by 2026, projects Digital TV Research.
  • 87% Of Gen Zs Confirm Increased Use Of Interactive Video
    A new survey conducted this month for a real-time engagement platform echoes other research underscoring Gen Z's craving for interaction.
  • U.S. OTT Video Subscriptions To Leap 20% By 2026, Younger Viewers Driving Churn
    Younger viewers tend to subscribe to more streamers, but keep them for much shorter periods, per new research.
  • Buy- And Sell-Side Execs Join New TV Data Initiative Advisory Group
    Major agencies, advertisers, broadcasters, streamers and platforms are on board to help the group as it looks to optimize use of data across premium video and advanced TV.
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