News in brief
03 December 2019 à 16:31
VOD: Industry News (November 2019)
Netflix, the end of a monopoly? Episode 2.
A period of tranquility comes to an end for Netflix: Read the article
And what if traditional television was still Netfix's main competitor? Read the article
Behind the scenes in the lead-up to the launch of Disney +: Read the article
The launch of Disney + in the United States, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, and Porto Rico against a backdrop of hacked user accounts: Read the article
Disney + secures 10 million subscribers on its first day: Read the article
Western Europe will have to wait until late March 2020 for Disney + to launch: Read the article
HBO is set to launch its global subscription VOD service HBO Max in May 2020: Read the article
Dozens of millions of subscribers predicted for HBO Max in the medium term? Read the article
Apple proposes an Apple TV and Apple Music bundle for less than $5 per month: Read the article
Is the platform specialized in video game streaming set to become a future player in VOD? Read the article
Starzplay launches as a standalone service in Western Europe, Brazil, and Mexico: Read the article
Content fragmentation, the hidden face of the diversity of streaming services?
An OVUM report confirms that, despite launches of new streaming services, FAANG (Facebook, Apple, Amazon, Netflix, Google) will continue to dominate the VOD market: Read the article
The Washington Post offers a guide to the main streaming services in the United States: Read the article
How does this affect users?
What price will users pay and for what content? Read the article
Is piracy the big winner of content fragmentation? Read the article
Latest update : 04 December 2019 à 16:31 CET