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Online Video Vendor Landscape Key Players in the Online Video Value Chain

Report by Tim Mulligan
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2016 is the year that online video moves to the centre of the digital economy. Any content based digital business has to adapt to demand for video among its user base and find ways of incorporating it into their core offerings. Thus the music streaming services have suddenly found themselves needing to pivot into video to remain relevant to Digital Natives. In doing so they are joining an increasingly diverse and dynamic marketplace for video subscription services.  

XXX Findings

  • YouTube remains the dominant video platform with an estimated XXX billion monthly users of whom XXX million are now paying subscribers through YouTube Red
  • XXX of the top ten most visited video services globally focus on the Chinese market
  • The third most popular video service is a game based instant messaging service
  • AVOD (Advertising-based Video On Demand) services are the most widespread means of monetizing video, used by all of the top ten and XXX of the top XXX (Transaction Video On Demand) remains niche with only two of the top XXX services offering it
  • SVOD (Subscription Video On Demand) also remains under represented with only five of the top XXX using it

XXX mentioned in this report:XXX Amazon, Dailymotion, Instagram, iQiYi, Facebook, Netflix, PPTV, Snapchat, Spotify, Sohu, Tencent, Youku Tudou, YouTube, Vimeo, Vine

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