In defiance of a post-festive slump in growth, analysis suggests a stable future for kids’ SVoD content with an increase in the volume of TV and movie titles. However, the proportion of kids’ content available to stream globally is rapidly decreasing as streaming services focus their energy and funds on expanding their genre portfolios. Television represents 83% of all kids’ content with a 4% increase in the number of shows (distinct titles) suggesting continued investment in new series alongside renewals of tried and tested content.
With younger demographics under-indexing in their interest for soccer, the English Premier League and La Liga's strategy to embrace new types of distribution look to be winning back viewers.
An increase in the number of reboots and spin-offs commissioned in the USA over the past 6 months shows that the industry is struggling to break new ground.
Mediaset's loss of premium soccer rights has contributed to its decision to leave the Italian pay terrestrial TV market, boosting opportunity for Sky.
China is a huge SVoD market accounting for two out of every five streaming homes globally, but the market has yet to open fully to international content suppliers.
With HBO's Game of Thrones in its final season, it may be unsurprising that US consumers who really enjoy talking about TV Shows are much more likely to take HBO.