Great video experiences will be determined more by the choices the consumer has made – what content, device, broadband speed, network, and ultimately why they are watching – than any industry standards body. Welcome to the customer-grade era.
On top of that, Amazon is looking to sell prepackaged bundles of its own content and the giant retailer will also keep investing in its own original shows alongside licensed programming.
In addition, as a result of the rapidly evolving nature of technology, manufacturers must consistently update their products to incorporate new technologies at least yearly.
To beat them at their game, somebody form the traditional lot had to don the cloak and cast the reverse of the spell. Which might just be the case here.
Research firm Parrot Analytics compared the demand for VOD services of HBO, Netflix and Amazon’s top 5 original titles in three different geographies: the US, the UK and Australia.
The Asia Pacific region accounting for 13% of the market is also ready to represent nearly a quarter of global VOD business by 2020.
This survey posts Netflix right on top of YouTube, Amazon, Hulu and HBO Go.
With the launch of its new streaming service ‘Stream TV’, Comcast has inexplicably found a loophole in the new Net Neutrality regulations and will stop at nothing to exploit it.
A new report from Parks Associates digs deeper in to the world of OTT video services and reports how others fare in comparison to the mighty Netflix.
A recent report from Digital TV Research is all set to make Netflix, Hulu and the whole clan go nuts with joy.