Category: Brands

DAZN Financials Highlight Difficulty in Changing Sports Viewing for Fans

Posted on 14th May, 2019 by Alistair Taylor in Acquisition Target, Consumer Acquisition, DAZN, DAZN Group, Debt, Dentsu Aegis, Diversify Revenues, Investent, Perform, Rights Acquisitions, Rights Holders, Sporting News, Sports-centric, SportsPro Media, Streaming Service, Subscription Video On Demand, Svod, Tech Majors and Wau

DAZN, the sports-centric streaming service which made headlines in 2018 with several high-profile rights acquisitions, and according to documents seen by SportsPro Media, has managed to dramatically reduce its debt…

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Disney’s Latest Earnings Are Buoyed by Growth in Their Theme Park and Direct-to-Consumer Revenues

Posted on 10th May, 2019 by Alistair Taylor in 21st Century Fox, Additive Service, Advertising, Apple, Assets, Bundling, Cable Networks, Comcast, Direct-to-consumer, Disney, DTC, Earnings Release, Emerging Markets, Family-centric, Hedge, Hulu, Live Sports, Majority Share, Media Networks Revenue, Netflix, Off-setting Losses, Pay-tv Subcriptions, Revenue Growth, Streaming Video On Demand, Substitutive Service, Survey Data, Svod Subscriptions, Vice, Warner Media and Write-down

On Wednesday night the Walt Disney Company reported quarterly earnings for its second fiscal quarter ending March 31st 2019, beating analyst estimates with a 3% increase in year-on-year (YoY) quarterly…

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Music Sync: A Market Ripe for Change

Posted on 3rd May, 2019 by Mark Mulligan in Florence And The Machine, Game Of Thrones, Music Publishers, Music Sync, Music Sync Market, Music Sync Revenues, Music Sync Tech, Music Synchronization, Music Synchronization Market, Music Synchronization Tech, Record Labels and Sync

Florence and the Machine’s performance of Jenny of Oldstones, which appeared over the closing credits of the April 21st HBO’s Game Of Thrones episode, has registered the most Shazams in 24 hours ever.The…

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Luminary Media Bets Big on Ad-Free Podcasts

Posted on 24th April, 2019 by Georgia Meyer in Ad Supported, Ad-free, Apple, Apple Podcasts, Chloe Radio, Free Tier, Luminary, Luminary Media, Luminary Podcasts, Podcasts, Premium Content, Subscription, The Anfield Wrap and YouTube Red

The long-awaited podcast subscription service, Luminary Media, went live on 23rd April 2019. The service has raised $100 million from investors with the aim of distributing ad-free exclusive podcast content…

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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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