Tag: netflix

CAN DISNEY DO A HULU?

Posted on 12th April, 2019 by Alistair Taylor in 21st Century Fox, Brand Equity, Disney, Disney Streaming Services, Intellectual Property, International Rollout, Market Saturation, Netflix, Paid Subscribers, Pay-Tv Secular Decline, Subscribers, Substitutive Service and Wau

Disney finally unveiled to investors during a presentation yesterday its much anticipated direct-to-consumer (DTC) streaming service Disney+, announcing a November 12th 2019 launch. Disney+ will be an ad-free subscription launching…

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10 Trends That Will Reshape the Music Industry

Posted on 3rd April, 2019 by Mark Mulligan in 23 Capital, Albums, Amazon, Amuse, Apple, CDBaby, China, Emerging Markets, India, Laas, Labels As A Services, Latin America, Music Business, Music Business Trends, Music Industry, Netflix, Playlists, Podcasts, Post-album Economics, Radio, Record Labels, Social Music, Splice, Spotify, Streaming Pricing, Tech Major Bundles and Tech Majors

The IFPI has reported that global recorded music revenues have hit $19.1 billion, which means that MIDiA’s own estimates published in March were within 1.6% of the actual results. This revenue growth story is strong…

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Here’s How Spotify Can Fix Its Songwriter Woes (Hint: It’s All About Pricing)

Posted on 11th March, 2019 by Mark Mulligan in Copyright Royalty Board, Music Publishers, Netflix, Netflix Pricing, Songwriters, Spotify, Spotify Pricing, Streaming, Streaming Pricing and Streaming Royalties

Songwriter royalties have always been a pain point for streaming, especially in the US where statutory rates determine much of how songwriters get paid. The current debate over Spotify, Amazon, Pandora…

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Will An EPL Streaming Service Devalue Domestic Rights?

Posted on 15th February, 2019 by Alistair Taylor in Addressable Audience, Amazon, Amazon Prime Video, BT, BT Sport, Crystal Palace, Digital Content, Eleven Sports, English Premier League, EPL, Espn, La Liga, Linear Offering, Netflix, Now TV, OTT, Pragmatism-gap, Premier League TV, Premier Sports, Premium Rights, Rights Acquisition, Rights Landscape, Serie A, Setanta Sports, Singtel, Sky, Sport Rights, Strategy, Streaming Service, Subscribers, Subscription Video On Demand, Svod, TalkSPORT, The Sunday Times, Traditional Broadcasters and USP

Following the English Premier League (EPL) announcing in November its plans to launch its own streaming service for the next rights cycle (2022-2025), the Sunday Times reported that the EPL…

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Ad-supported Strategies Are Playing A Growing Role In The Digital Economy

Posted on 21st January, 2019 by Mark Mulligan in Amazon, Apple, Attention Economy, Attention Economy Peak, Cambridge Analytica, Essence Global, Facebook, Freemium, Making Free Pay, Netflix, Playstation, Premium. Privacy, Sony, Spotify, Streaming, Subscriptions, Uk Tv, Vevo and Xbox

2018 was a big year for subscriptions, across music (Spotify on target to hit 92 million subscribers), video (global subscriptions passed half a billion), games (98 million Xbox Live and…

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