Following the recent partnership between OSN and Netflix, and with Netflix's first Arabic original launching next week, Ampere investigates opportunity for Netflix within the OSN subscriber base.
Apple owners demonstrate a high level of loyalty to the brand, especially in the USA and UK. Apple's launch of the HomePod gives the company a chance to capitalise on this fan-base and rapidly grow market share in the growing smart-speaker market.
Ampere investigates whether regular smartphone video viewers could serve as a prime target for a sports service.
As Subscription Video-on-demand services mature, and total content volumes level off, a major factor affecting subscriber acquisition and retention is the rate at which the services are able to refresh their libraries with new content. This blog post looks at some of the major platforms in the US, in addition to assessing differences in content refresh rates globally.
M&A activity has driven steady consolidation of fixed and mobile communications players. By the end of 2017, nearly a third of mobile operators globally owned the full array of fixed assets (broadband, fixed phone and pay TV) alongside their mobile services.
Following on from Christmas 2016, in which Ampere affirmed Die Hard’s place as a Christmas movie, Ampere again investigates the Christmas charts, looking at new trends in 2017.
With the UK government promising a £60m fund to boost UK kids' TV production and distribution, we take a look at the top-rated producers currently licensing children's content to UK SVoD.
Walt Disney will buy most of 21st Century Fox's entertainment assets for $52.4 billion. Ampere explores the potential impact of Fox and Disney removing all content from major SVoD platforms in the US and UK.