Guy Bisson - 3/07/19
Netflix content acquisition 'run rate' shows buying priorities

Netflix is adding over 1,000 hours of acquired TV content a month on average. While its appetite is high, its hunger varies by genre, showing it is using some content types as 'standards' within the catalogue and adding others in bursts through specific targeted content deals.

Guy Bisson - 26/06/19
FAANG: The New Commissioners

Netflix has almost as many shows in production as it's made in its entire history, and has more shows in production or development than the rest of the FAANG's combined.

Olivia Deane - 26/06/19
Crèche of the Titans: Netflix vs. Amazon Kids' Content

Amazon's kids' TV catalogue is almost twice the size of Netflix's, with 547 distinct titles compared to Netflix's 283 titles.

Daniel Harraghy - 25/06/19
Maxdome and Eurosport Player content will Joyn two worlds together

Discovery and ProSiebenSat.1 German joint-venture streamer Joyn is developing an aggregation strategy to attract a wide range of viewers with very different content interests.

Guy Bisson - 20/06/19
Originals are lacking originality

One in three dramas is now based on existing material, with almost half of drama adaptations inspired by books and novels.

Lottie Towler - 18/06/19
Studio golden oldies make Netflix catalogue shine

New analysis shows that studio archive and key older acquired titles have some of the highest critical ratings within Netflix's US catalogue, with profound implications for future content strategy.

Natasha Rugg - 12/06/19
Is drama the next big move for children & family content?

For the major international SVoD players in the UK animation makes up the largest share of children & family content.

Alexios Dimitropoulos - 11/06/19
US Huawei ban will have a big impact in Europe

Huawei's Ban by the US will have an impact on the 27% of European households that have a Huawei smartphone.

Olivia Deane - 11/06/19
A varied future for kids’ content

Overview of kids' TV SVoD presence.