Muvi Blogs

Beyond The Buzz- Latest Insights From Muvi

OTT Services - Latest updates on OTT Services

Premium OTT market in Asia Pacific expected to boom

According to a research conducted by MTM, the Asia Pacific premium OTT video services market is expected to grow strongly in the coming 3 years. It is expected to rise to $230M in 2019 from $85M in 2015 in Australia. For Indonesia, it is expected to grow from $7M to $40M in the same time …

Over 40% TV time spent on OTT

According to the Adobe & the Diffusion Group research, OTT services account for over 40% of TV time. Out of this OTT viewing times, 65% accounts for SVOD services like Netflix or Hulu, free streaming is 30% and 5% is transactional streaming services. According to the Streaming Video Survey Analysis carried out by the group …

OTT in Africa faces heat of regulations

OTT is growing in Africa. This has prompted ‘traditional’ telecom and media companies to call for a regulation protecting their sustainability. This was heard on South Africa’s Parliament recently. OTT services bypass general regulations and they are often lower in cost. At the hearing, there were calls for parity in the operating costs of different …

PayTV adapts smarter OTT

According to a report on aminocom, the idea of using one remote for all services is one of the advantages of Pay-TV operators offering OTT services. Also the illusion of paying for one service (with add-ons) is better than subscribing two different services (one remote-one bill). Flexible offers with less constraints are on the rise. …

10% of US homes will have OTT by 2019

According to a study by SNL Kagan, it is predicted that 10.3% of US homes will have over-the-top (OTT) services. Number wise, there will be a jump to 12.9 million in 2019, up from the current 10.5 million. The research also mentioned that there will be growth in TV everywhere users. In the US, they …

VoD OTT penetration is increasing

According to eMarketer, 186.9 million people in the US will be consuming video content via apps or sites like Hulu, YouTube, etc. Video on demand (VoD) services has been growing rapidly over the last 5 years. It is estimated that by 2019, over 70% of internet users in US will use OTT services. It also …

blog_opt_6

Arris Report Says U.S. OTT Users Declined 2% Over The Last Year

  Despite a flurry of new streaming video choices, the number of U.S. and Canadian consumers who identify themselves as regular users of over-the-top content actually declined 2 percent over the last year, according to Arris’ latest Consumer Entertainment Index report. The annual global study, which will be released today, surveyed more than 19,000 consumers …

blog_opt_6

Netflix no threat, but makes cable better, say Liberty Global, Vodafone

  Liberty Global and Vodafone Deutschland do not see OTT video services as a significant threat, but rather as something that has stimulated them to provide a better overall experience to their consumers, according to Liberty president and CEO Mike Fries and Vodafone Deutschland managing director Manuel Cubero. Liberty Global’s “opinion has changed” about OTT, …

Cord Cutting Over The Horizon : 5 Reasons Why OTT VOD Is Going To Rule

  A decade back, not owning a TV was because you could not afford it. Today, it’s the ‘in-thing’. Yes, and they call it ‘cord cutting’. Even more, it’s the most reasonable thing to do because you could watch TV anywhere, anytime you wanted without having a huge flat screen take up space on your …

TRAI proposes regulatory framework for OTT services : Net Neutrality just landed in India

  As Net Neutrality continues to scorch earth for telecom operators and ISPs alike all over the globe, and following the recent 3-2 Democrat-Republican voting victory for Net Neutrality in the United States, Telecom Regulatory Authority of India has called for a consultation on a proposed regulatory framework for Over The Top services like WhatsApp, …

Tags

Latest Tweets

Join Us On Facebook

Subscribe to our Newsletter


We use cookies for best experience on website. By using our site you agree to

Cookies Policy