According to the mid-year review from Eurodata TV Worldwide and Tape Consultancy, online TV viewing has shown growing success in TV media consumption in major European markets. The data revealed that television audience measurement is expanding and has recently been … Continue reading
NBCUniversal International’s SVOD service based on reality TV “Hayu” is going to be launched in Norway and shortly thereafter in Finland, Sweden and Denmark. Its reach will be expanded to 7 countries by end of 2017.
According to a research from the European Audiovisual Observatory, an increasing number of audiovisual media services from the European Union are looking to expand to foreign markets. The aim of this report is to focus on providing an overview of … Continue reading
According to the recent data from Dataxis research, the Nordic region comprising Denmark, Norway, Sweden and Finland leads the SVOD market in Europe. According to the report, Nordic region represented 20 percent of all SVOD subscriptions in Europe in Q4 2016 … Continue reading
When we look at figures and forecasts, the fact that, this is the perfect time for OTT and digital video revenues to soar becomes clear. The trends are on all-time high, with over 2,563 on-demand services having established in the … Continue reading
According a new study by Ampere Analysis, cord-cutters, shavers or cord-nevers all are showing good signs of SVOD adoption across the globe. The largest numbers, obviously come from the US at 71% people subscribing to at least one subscription video streaming … Continue reading
According to a recent Ampere Analysis report, the overall number of video on demand households continue to rise globally and among these, SVOD-only homes are on the highest rise. The research states that the proportion of households ditching traditional TV and … Continue reading
Broadcasters such as MTG, RTE and OSN have bought American romantic comedy series Marry Me from Sony Pictures Television. MTG has taken rights for its free TV channels and SVOD service, Viaplay, in Denmark, Norway and Sweden, while Ireland’s RTE has … Continue reading