Understanding the future of entertainment
Richard Cooper - 28/06/18
Amazon Prime is the USA’s SVoD TV Show market leader

Amazon Prime Video has more than doubled the number of TV Shows offered to US subscribers, sacrificing overall quality for catalogue growth.

Olivia Deane - 18/06/18
Netflix Latin anime move driven by local demand

Following the unveiling of Netflix’s first Mexican Anime original, Seis Manos, Ampere Analysis explores the popularity of the genre in Latin America.

Alexios Dimitropoulos - 13/06/18
EU big five football league values now closely aligned

Recent deflation and inflation in the prices paid for rights to Europe's top soccer leagues means the values are now surprisingly closely aligned.

Isaq Chowdhury - 1/06/18
A quarter of digital retail titles discounted a year after release

Ampere data shows a clear 'super-promotion' window for digital retail of TV and movie titles.

Alex Varatharajah - 30/05/18
More content families, with the family content on Disney Life

Consumer demographics for SVoD subcribers show a large proportion of Families, Ampere investigates how major UK SVoD platforms are addressing this.

Bilal Hussain - 25/05/18
Triple-play begins to take off in Turkey

With operators increasingly pushing triple-play , Turkey has seen recent increases in multi-service uptake, but there remains significant room for growth.

Sarah Fisher - 22/05/18
Smart TV overtakes mobile for weekly viewing among Millennials

The growing importance of Smart TVs and streaming devices connected to the TV set means, beyond the 35% of 18-34 year olds who watch daily on a mobile, Millennials are now more likely to watch content on a big screen than on a mobile device. Smart TVs overtook smartphones in Q1 2018 among this age group for at least weekly viewing. The mobile is still far more popular for daily video viewing among Millennials. For older consumers, the role of the Smart TV is even clearer, with viewing on all other devices in decline as the Smart TV ascends.