Six US-based platforms to account for 81 per cent of all SVoD subscriptions in Western Europe by 2027
Netflix is predicted to add three million more subscribers in Western Europe over the next five years, with its share of the total number...
Kantar: Cost of living crisis leads to record numbers cancelling streaming services
Proportion of consumers planning to cancel SVoD services and stating the primary reason as ‘wanting to save money’ has risen to its highest ever...
Global SVoD subscriptions to reach 1.75 billion in 2027
Netflix, Disney Plus and Amazon Prime Video will account for half of total
Western Europe to double SVoD subscriptions between 2019-2025
Around 35 million subs will be added in 2020, driven by the impact of the coronavirus pandemic.
Eastern Europe predicted to add 16 million SVoD subs by 2025
Subscriptions predicted to more than double from the 10.26 million recorded by end-2019
Global SVoD subscriptions increased by over 25 per cent in 2019
The average SVoD subscriber paid for 1.59 SVoD subscriptions in 2019 – up from 1.44 in 2018
Apple could bundle services to increase subscriptions
Could launch as early as 2020
Stranger Things 3 drives Netflix subscription boost
New series streamed by 40.7 million households within four days
UK SVoD subscriptions increased 20 per cent in 2018
11.6 million UK households now have Netflix, Amazon or NOW TV
Netflix UK ‘to reach 10 million subscribers’ by the end of 2018
Integration onto Sky Q could could support further growth
Netflix hits Q3 record with seven million new subs
Streaming giant has performed better than expected this quarter
YouTube fights off competition with expanded Premium subs service
IHS Markit expects the current markets for YouTube Premium to generate revenue of nearly $2 billion in 2022
Paywizard launches AI-powered subscriber insight platform
Solution will see its official debut at IBC
A fifth of European TV homes to subscribe to online packages by 2020
The number of European homes paying a monthly subscription to receive SVOD packages will climb from 1.78 million in 2010...