• Top Players are Iqiyi, Netflix, Anyplex, Icntv, Letv, Google Voice

  • The “Global Video on Demand (VOD) Service Market” report attempts to build familiarity of the market through sharing basic information associated with the aspects such as definitions, classifications, applications and market overview, product specifications, manufacturing processes, cost structures, raw materials and more. Furthermore, it strives to analyze the crucial regional markets, including the product price, profit, capacity, production, supply, demand and market growth rate.

  • Key Players like Netflix, Inc., IBM Corporation, Apple Inc., Video streaming refers to the visual content transmission in compressed form through the internet and retrieved and displayed played as per the users’ convenience and time, without the requirement of downloading. Moreover, these services enable the viewership of the content without consuming the additional storage space.

  • CBT817 SVODS feel the power of the EU

    The EU has finalized a preliminary deal that will allow European markets to force online streaming services including Netflix and Amazon’s video service to help fund European films and TV shows.

  • CBT815 Content is driving platform growth

    Consumer expenditure on entertainment content is poised to reach US$439 billion globally by 2021 according to research from Futuresource Consulting. The latest Global Entertainment Content Outlook report calculates that this would represent a 17% increase from 2017. TV and video accounts for the lion's share of this consumer spend, and subscription video-on-demand (SVOD) services such as Netflix, Amazon Prime Video and Hulu are rapidly dominating the overall home video entertainment sector including DVD, Blu-ray, EST, VOD and SVOD.

  • CBT811 VOD alters Australian media appetite and starves pirates

    Australian content piracy has radically contracted as IPTV services have shifted the media consumption patterns of Australian viewers, according to the latest research from Nielsen and Screen Australia.

  • CBT739 Net Neutrality Deal Breaker

    The US Government’s plans to repeal net neutrality laws on December 14, has shaken up the communications sector.

  • cbt732 1 new bendigo hospital gets healthy iptv services

    An innovative movie-on-demand service is part of the $630 million New Bendigo Hospital development project. New Bendigo Hospital is the single largest regional development hospital project Victoria has ever undertaken and is a fusion of technology, progressive healthcare and new approaches to patient-centered wellness.

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    Netflix has joined the fight for net neutrality and has put its weight behind the US based ‘Battle for the Net’ campaign.

  • cbt711 when netflix is not netflix

    The humble or glamorous hotel room has been recast as a modern day media hub. While many business travellers are armed with horror stories of trying to get the internet to work before an important meeting and failing, the competitive hotel knows that connectivity and content choices are mandatory today in keeping visitors happy.

  • CBT710 China drives global 4K screens while Netflix and Amazon invest in content

    China is set to dominate the 4K market this year with forecasts that it will ship 42% of all TVs during 2017. According to IHS research during 2016, over 25 million 4KTVs shipped in China and the analysts expect that by 2020 that number will almost double to 44 million. This represents the same as Western Europe and North America combined. “China is on a different trajectory to the rest of the world when it comes to 4KTVs. It is getting hard to buy a large screen TV in China without 4K,” said IHS Markit principal analyst Paul Gray.

  • CBT646 Amazon streaming invading Aus

    Amazon’ streaming service Prime has soft launched in Australia with an official launch anticipated over summer.

  • CBT640 IPTV Adds Billions

    The massive shift that streaming services and IPTV have created in the world of technology and entertainment is now moving from audience disruption to the business of content creation.

  • cbt528 the netflix effect grips aussie networks

    Netflix is streaming ahead of the pack in the competitive Australian market nudging five million active users according to Roy Morgan research.

  • cbt623 europe demands local content from netflix and vod players

    VOD providers including Netflix, YouTube and Amazon will be forced to include more European content on their platforms under new rules being proposed by the European Commission (EC). Global video platforms may also have to contribute financially to other Europeans’ works under new audio-visual rules which are also being mooted by the EC.

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    Australia’s premium OTT market is poised for massive growth in the next three years, with Netflix emerging as the dominant player, according to a new report by MTM.

  • cbt619 quickflix gets cut by rival and shareholder stan

    The over-heated streaming TV sector has claimed its first significant Australian scalp with the demise of Quickflix.

  • cbt617 netflix pumps up content budget to us 5 billion

    Netflix is radically revising its investment strategy in content and is planning to spend $5 billion on content during 2016. This represents an increase of over 50% in budget from 2015.

  • cbt612 brits ramp on streaming while aussie teens ditch tv

    Streaming TV services in the U.K. are gaining viewing traction, doubling in video consumption in the last 12 months.

  • cbt614 sky invests in south east asian streaming market with iflix

    Pan European broadcaster Sky has retuned its focus on online streaming and emerging markets with a US$45 million investment in VoD, Netflix style aspirant, iflix, in Southeast Asia.

  • cbt611 new netflix killers hitting australia

    Netflix may be shaking up the Australian TV viewing status quo but the onslaught of new streaming TV providers continues with two new services launching in the coming months.