Tag: subscriptions

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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Sweden Might Just Have Shown Us What the Future of Music Revenues Will Look Like

Posted on 27th April, 2018 by Mark Mulligan in How Much Can Streaming Drive Growth, Music Industry Growth, Music Industry Outlook, Music Industry Revenues, Spotify, Streaming, Streaming Revenue Growth, Subscriptions, Sweden and Sweden Case Study

Earlier this week the IFPI released its Global Music Report – an essential tool for anyone with a serious interest in the global recorded music business. One interesting trend to…

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Announcing MIDiA’s Streaming Services Market Shares Report

Posted on 3rd November, 2017 by Mark Mulligan in 7Digital, Amazon, Amazon Music Unlimited, Amazon Prime Music, América Móvil, Anghami, Apple, Apple Music, AWA, Claro Musica, D Hits, Deezer, EE, France Telecom, Google Play Music, Itunes, Juke, KKBOX, KPN, KuGou, Kuwo, Line Music, Market Share, MediaMarktSaturn, MelOn, MTN Music, Music Streaming, Music Subscriber Market Shares, Music Subscriptions, Napster, Netease, NTT Docomo, Orange, Pandora, QQ Music, Spotify, Streaming, Streaming Market Share, Streaming Market Shares, Streaming Services, Subscribers, Subscription Services, Subscriptions, Telia, Tencent, Tidal, Vivo and Vodafone

As the streaming music market matures, the bar is continually raised for the quality of data required, both in terms of granularity and accuracy. At MIDiA we have worked hard…

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What Spotify Can Learn From The Roman Slave Trade

Posted on 13th October, 2017 by Mark Mulligan in Age Of Enlightenment, AWAL, Believe Digital, Economic Surplus, Full Stack, Full Stack Music Companies, Full Stack Music Company, Industrial Revolution, Kobalt, Major Labels, Music Streaming, Product Innovation, Renaissance, Roman Empire, Roman Slave Trade, Rome, Soundcloud, Spotify, Streaming, Streaming Economics, Streaming Sustainability and Subscriptions

OK, you’re going to have to bear with me on this one, but let me take you back to 2nd century Rome… The Roman Empire was at the peak of its…

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