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Australian OTT subscriptions record 10.2 million paying subscribers

In a recent survey report, more than half of Australia’s adult population (10.2 million), are paying up for various subscription-based streaming services. According to the research, Netflix leads the subscription game with more than 5.3 million subscribers in the Australian OTT space. After Netflix, Stan follows the market with almost 1.4 million users, which is …

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Astro Go – Malaysia’s most popular video streaming service

As per a recent survey report, Astro Go, the homegrown OTT brand, tops the list of video streaming companies in Malaysia. The list includes Netflix in the second place, followed by Google Play, Unifi TV and iFlix. Astro Go captures a market share of 77% in the Malaysian Pay TV category, and hence its digital …

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Global SVoD Subscriptions to reach 1 Billion by 2024

With the rapid growth in OTT services, the global SVoD subscriptions are expected to increase by 439 million between 2019 and 2024. The total number of SVoD subscriptions will reach 1 Billion by the end of 2024, which is approximately a growth of 86%. In 2019 alone, the gross will climb by 119 million worldwide. …

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Video Streaming Services Rise to First Place in Customer Satisfaction Survey

In a recent consumer satisfaction survey, video streaming services overtake the PayTV subscriptions, with Netflix leading the top position with highest engagements. As per the reports, video streaming scored 76 out of 100 while PayTV averaged a 62. Among the video streaming services, Netflix achieved the highest score with 79, followed by Sony PlayStation Vue …

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Cellcom announces Distribution Deal with Netflix in Israel

Cellcom Israel, a leading Israeli telecommunication company, collaborates with Netflix for the distribution of Netflix’s streaming services in Israel. As per the partnership agreement, Netflix services will be directly available on the Cellcom TV platform, exclusively for Israel region. With this deal, Netflix is eyeing to attract good volume of subscribers in Israel and expand …

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Netflix Gains 9.6 Million Subscribers in the First Quarter of 2019

According to the Q1 reports of Netflix, the video streaming giant adds 9.6 million new subscribers in the first three months of the year, despite increasing competition from rivals. Now, Netflix has a total of 155 Million global users with almost 148 Million paying subscribers. With this, Netflix makes up nearly 30% of global video …

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58% of US Viewers who took Free OTT Trials are now Paying Subscribers

According to a recent report, almost 58% of viewers in the US, who trial an OTT subscription service for free, end up as paying subscribers later. This high rate of conversion suggests that users are actively evaluating various OTT services before making the final adoption. The study also reflected that, among the users who opted …

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Comcast Announces a New Streaming Platform – Flex

With more & more consumers ditching traditional pay TV for online video streaming services, Comcast announces the launch of its new streaming platform – Flex. The service will come with a 4K HDR streaming box along with Comcast’s X1 voice remote, and is supposed to debut on March 26. Flex is dedicatedly designed for Xfinity …

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Australian SVoD Market Records 11.8% Surge in Users, Just in a Year

Compared to last year’s market report, SVoD service in Australia witnesses a growth of 11.8% in 2019. Nearly 14 million Australians now have access to SVoD (Subscription Video-on-Demand) services either through subscription TV or Pay TV. Netflix holds the highest share in the Australian video streaming market with over 11.2 million paid subscribers. Stan, the …

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Video Streaming to Increase India’s Data Consumption at 72% CAGR by 2022

As internet penetration is increasing in India, users are expected to consume more data by 2022. A recent study says India’s data consumption will grow from the level of 71,67,103 million MB in 2017 to 10,96,58,793 million MB by 2022, at 72.6% CAGR. The presence of Netflix, Prime Video, Hotstar, Eros Now, Viu, and other …

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