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Spotify to Launch R&D Hub in London

Spotify is set to launch a Research & Development unit in London. This will be the third R&D unit for the streaming company. Spotify is actively seeking resources in engineering, product design, research, and related fields. Jason Richman, VP for product at Spotify said, “London has made the decision of where to grow our next …

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Netflix tops the list of US SVOD services – Parks

Market research firm Parks Associates published a list of the top-10 subscription OTT video services in the US market. The list is based on subscribers’ count and Netflix tops it, yet again. Netflix captures this year’s top spot, followed by Amazon Prime Video, and Hulu. Here are the top 10. Netflix Amazon Prime Video Hulu …

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Streaming Sites Dominate Movie and TV-Show Piracy

According to a new report published by piracy tracking outfit MUSO, streaming sites have taken over as the prime source of video piracy. New figures released publicly this week are part of the company’s annual report, which shows that nearly three quarters of all movie and TV-show traffic now goes to streaming sites. The data …

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Video on Demand in Hospitality Market to grow to USD 19.11 billion by 2021

MarketsandMarkets forecasts the VOD in hospitality market to grow from USD 6.89 billion in 2016 to USD 19.11 billion by 2021, at a CAGR of 22.6%. OTT solutions can be integrated with existing video on demand systems so as to streamline the management of streaming VOD. The integration of over the top solution allow users to watch movies videos, …

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VOD Viewership in Ireland Continues to Increase

Viewership of video on demand (VOD) on connected devices continues to surge in Ireland with 3 in 4 Irish adults, aged 16+, saying they have viewed VOD over the last six months, according to new research from IAB Ireland and Nielsen. The research, entitled The Power of VOD 3, was launched at the recent IAB …

Netflix and many other could sweat a lot in foreign territory on content acquisition

#netflix‘s aggressive expansion plan, and as it was seen on it’s Cuban launch, could come back to hurt the white label #vod provider on content acquisition spending. Analysts at MoffettNathanson said that the global licence fee structure that Netflix is taking to content creators only offers a 20-30% mark-up on the cost of show production. That’s a problem …

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