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Asia Pacific OTT Market Forecast 2017-2021

£780.00

This 24 page forecast looks at the differing eco-systems of the Asia Pacific OTT market, from 2017 to 2021.

Subscription revenues will reach $10 billion by 2021 from $6.5 billion today, reaching 200 million subscribers, twice that of 2017. Pure play SVoD services will dominate (at $6.29 billion) ahead of operator supplied services.

Asia Pacific is made up of a multitude of contrasting individual markets, making it fragmented and complex with broadband penetration above 50% in some regions and below 10% in others.

The countries covered in this report account for around 3.3 billion of Asia Pacific’s entire 4.4 billion population.

Operators mentioned in this report include: PCCW; Tata Sky, Videocon d2h, DishTV, Bharti Airtel, Idea Cellular, Reliance Jio, MTNL, Vodafone India, BSNL, Tata Indicom; Telkom Indonesia, Indovision, PT First Media, XL Axiata; NTT DoCoMo, Jupiter Telecom, Sky Perfect TV, SoftBank, KDDI; Korea Telecom, SK Telecom, LG U+; Astro, Telkom Malaysia; Smart Communications, Globe Telecom; TrueVision; Chunghwa Telecom, Far EasTone.

Pure play SVoD OTT services mentioned include Netflix; Youku Tudou, iQiyi, Tencent Video, LeTV; Hooq; Amazon Video; iFlix; YuppTV, Hotstar, NexGTV, Spuul, Eros Now, BoxTV; Catchplay; Hulu, dTV; Pooq, Tving, Watcha Play.

This report is priced at $850, but is FREE to ROI subscribers. You can purchase a subscription to the full ROI service for $2,500.

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The Rise of paid OTT in Europe (corporate license)

£1150.00

The European market for OTT subscriptions is growing fast, and will reach €8.1 billion by 2021, a growth of €3.9 billion in just five years from the $4.2 billion it is today.

But European TV Everywhere services – those multiscreen services supplied free to paying TV subscribers – will outstrip the US by 2021 reaching 103 million regular users*.

These numbers come from a report just out called The Rise of paid OTT in Europe from Rethink Technology Research’s OTT service Rethink OTT Intelligence.

This report shows that the European OTT market is more diverse and advanced than any other video market in the world, and while it has taken the stimulation of Netflix to trigger widespread SVoD usage, already some 85 million are who looking at paid OTT streams if you include both TV Everywhere (52 million) and SVoD (32 million).

Free to air OTT services in Europe are more deeply penetrated than anywhere else in the world, with close to 50% of the entire population over the age of 12 (216 million) watching free to air broadcast catch-up regularly across the EU countries.

We have also realized that current forecasts for Netflix in Europe are way too low, and need to be upgraded dramatically. At the end of 2016 19 million viewers were signed up to Netflix, and this will rise by 2021 to a massive 45 million Netflix subscribers, with a further 17 million taking “other” SVoD subs.

* Defined as SVoD plus TV Everywhere, viewing once a week or more often

This 27 page report is priced at $650 dollars for a single user license. A corporate license is available for $1,200.

An annual subscription to the full ROI service costs $2,500. For this, you get all of the existing ROI profiles and reports (including this one), plus all new releases and updates for a whole year. You can buy an ROI subscription in our Store.

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The Rise of paid OTT in Europe (Single user license)

£620.00

The European market for OTT subscriptions is growing fast, and will reach €8.1 billion by 2021, a growth of €3.9 billion in just five years from the $4.2 billion it is today.

But European TV Everywhere services – those multiscreen services supplied free to paying TV subscribers – will outstrip the US by 2021 reaching 103 million regular users*.

These numbers come from a report just out called The Rise of paid OTT in Europe from Rethink Technology Research’s OTT service Rethink OTT Intelligence.

This report shows that the European OTT market is more diverse and advanced than any other video market in the world, and while it has taken the stimulation of Netflix to trigger widespread SVoD usage, already some 85 million are who looking at paid OTT streams if you include both TV Everywhere (52 million) and SVoD (32 million).

Free to air OTT services in Europe are more deeply penetrated than anywhere else in the world, with close to 50% of the entire population over the age of 12 (216 million) watching free to air broadcast catch-up regularly across the EU countries.

We have also realized that current forecasts for Netflix in Europe are way too low, and need to be upgraded dramatically. At the end of 2016 19 million viewers were signed up to Netflix, and this will rise by 2021 to a massive 45 million Netflix subscribers, with a further 17 million taking “other” SVoD subs.

* Defined as SVoD plus TV Everywhere, viewing once a week or more often

This 27 page report is priced at $650 dollars for a single user license. A corporate license is available for $1,200.

An annual subscription to the full ROI service costs $2,500. For this, you get all of the existing ROI profiles and reports (including this one), plus all new releases and updates for a whole year. You can buy an ROI subscription in our Store.

Broadcaster catch-up stimulates German OTT market

£600.00

A 60 page report on the German OTT video market,
Germany has long been behind the curve in European pay TV, but stimulated by the arrival of HbbTV and the acceptance which has come with Broadcast Catch-up, paid OTT is turning into a huge fight for dominance in the largest European market.

We have a total of ten separately detailed profiles for Germany; which cover Deutsche Telekom, Unitymedia, Kabel Deutschland, M7 Deutschland, Tele Columbus, and Sky Deutschland; as well as the pure play OTT providers Zattoo, Maxdome, Watchever, and Magine TV.

The Germany report and forecast covers all of these, with the addition of the broadcasters RTL, ARD, ZDF, and ProSiebenSat.1; as well as pure play providers Netflix, Amazon, and Videoload.

German catch-up holding OTT break-through at bay

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OTT Video in Switzerland

£400.00

The OTT Video in Switzerland report contains 3 operator and service profiles, Swisscom, UPC Cablecom and Zattoo. The report forecasts the Swiss OTT video customers through to 2020, paid OTT in Switzerland viewers, the market share and value of paid OTT in Switzerland. The report looks at Teleboy, Wilmaa, My Prime, Zattoo, Netflix.

The OTT Video in Switzerland report delivers the following:

3 Operator and service profiles from our ROI database, Swisscom, UPC cablecom, Zattoo
Operations and figures
Technology suppliers of each
The OTT video offering of each
The Technology detailed of each
The deals tracked in 2015 to 2016
Trend and analysis
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