Tag: streaming video

Why Music and Video are Crucial to Apple’s Future

Posted on 7th January, 2019 by Mark Mulligan in Amazon, Amazon Prime, Apple, Apple Earnings, Apple Mno, Apple Music, Comes With Music, Handset Bundles, IHeart Media, Ipad, IPhone, Itunes Billing, Music Bundles, Netflix, Nokia, Nokia Comes With Music, Spotify, Streaming, Streaming Music, Streaming Video and Video Bundles

Apple’s downgraded earnings guidance represents its first profit warning in 10 years. This is clearly a big deal, and probably not as much to do with a weakening Chinese economy if Alibaba’s…

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DAZN launches in the US – is it worth the gamble?

Posted on 12th September, 2018 by Alistair Taylor in Amazon Prime Video, Boxing, Combat Sports, Consumer Behaviour, DAZN, EPL, Matchroom Boxing, MLB, Monthly Video Subscriptions, NBA, Nfl, NHL, Online Video, Original Content, Pay-tv Subscriptions, Perform, Premium Rights, Sports, Sports Rights, Streaming Video, Svod, Tech Majors, Us, US Open and Viewership

On September 10th 2018 UK-based Perform Group officially launched DAZN US, its sports streaming video on demand (SVOD) service for the US. Following its inaugural launch in August 2016 in…

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What Netflix’s Missing $9 Billion Tells Us About Spotify’s Business Model

Posted on 18th July, 2018 by Mark Mulligan in Netflix, Netflix Earnings, Netflix Market Cap, Netflix Stock Price, Spotify, Spotify Earnings, Spotify Market Cap, Spotify Stock Price, Streaming, Streaming Music and Streaming Video

On Monday (July 16th), Netflix’s quarterly earnings missed targets, resulting in $9.1 billion being wiped off its market capitalisation due to twitchy investors jumping ship. To be clear, Netflix had a…

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How Tencent is Successfully Monetising a Messaging App Ecosystem

Posted on 6th July, 2018 by Alistair Taylor in Advertising, China, Digital Content, Facebook, Instagram, Messaging App Ecosystem, Midia Event, Monetisation, Pay-walls, Streaming Video, Subscribers, Tencent, Tencent Music, Video, Video Advertising Revenue, Video Subscription, Video Subscription Revenue, Wechat and Whatsapp

Chinese tech giant Tencent, the company that 12 months ago you probably were not paying attention to, is now the second largest messaging app ecosystem globally, behind Facebook. Tencent is…

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Are Consumers Losing Out From the Latest Premier League Rights Deal?

Posted on 15th June, 2018 by Alistair Taylor in Amazon, Consumers, EPL, Football, Premier League, Rights, Soccer, Sports, Sports Rights, Sports SVOD Landscape, Sports Video, Streaming, Streaming Video, Subscriptions, Svod, TV Viewing and Viewership

Following the landmark rights deal that saw the English Premier League (EPL) sell domestic rights to the tech major Amazon, the sports landscape has fundamentally changed. For the first time…

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The Fight for Viewership in the New Sports Video Era is Only Just Getting Started

Posted on 6th June, 2018 by Alistair Taylor in Consumer Behaviour, Cord Cutting, Digital Rights, Linear Tv, Mobile, Networks, Sports, Sports Consumer, Sports Rights, Streaming, Streaming Video, Svod and Viewership

Traditional linear TV broadcasters are feeling the strain from the reduction in loyal customers, as sports consumption continues to transition from TV to online and mobile. SVOD’s streaming content land…

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