Lea Cunat - 25/04/19
Spanish TV groups’ investment in original production grows

Spain's four main TV groups' combined investment in original production reaches 40% of their total content spend.

Alexios Dimitropoulos - 24/04/19
New OTT sports players and their demographics

Recent launches of sport OTT services and demographics of DAZN subscribers

Ed Border - 16/04/19
UK leads the way in audience transition to catch-up

UK broadcasters, particularly the BBC, have successfully encouraged the majority of their monthly audiences to use catch-up services

Isaq Chowdhury - 5/04/19
Netflix tests mobile-only plan in India

Netflix is testing out a cheaper mobile-only subscription plan in India as it prepares to expand in the country.

Orina Zhao - 2/04/19
iQiYi’s content investment set to pass China’s top broadcasters

Chinese SVoD giant iQiYi is already spending almost as much on content as the top six Chinese broadcast channel groups combined.

Richard Cooper - 27/03/19
Consumers who take multiple SVoD services buy and rent more content

Having access to an SVoD service doesn’t mean that consumers stop buying content. Indeed, some service combinations seem to encourage buying and renting of movies both digitally and on physical disc.

Elinor Clark - 18/03/19
Sony still has opportunity in India for crowd-pleasing sports rights

In a sports-loving market where high-profile rights are key to attracting subscribers, Sony's Olympic deal shows it's looking to scoop up remaining rights to compete with Star and its impressive portfolio of sports content.

Richard Broughton - 13/03/19
Canal+ Series: CanalPlay all over again?

French pay TV group Canal+ launches a new subscription OTT product, Canal+ Series. But is the new service doomed to the same fate as its unlucky predecessor CanalPlay?

Hazel Ford - 6/03/19
Telefonica doubles down on fixed-mobile convergence in Latin America

Telefonica looks to drive fixed-mobile convergence success in South America, selling out of markets in which it has limited fixed presence.