Tony Maroulis - 24/04/18
Netflix is finally managing to buy more global content

Netflix's catalogue is getting more global, and while this is partly fueled by the group's huge investment in original content, even more global content is coming from acquisition.

Ed Border, Andriy Stolyar - 19/04/18
Amazon Channels in numbers

Ampere investigates the catalogue of Amazon Channels in USA, UK, and Germany, comparing available content, and it's variety by type and genre.

Hannah Walsh, Richard Broughton - 10/04/18
TV Everywhere vs. SVoD

Online video access is increasingly important to consumers but even as subscription online video services gain market share, TV Everywhere services run by pay TV operators are still significantly less in demand than their linear TV counterparts, and OTT competitors.

Lottie Towler - 4/04/18
The best things in life are free (TV)

Ampere investigates the recent growth in free TV market in 10 key European countries.

Alexios Dimitropoulos - 27/03/18
US market offering a good start for F1’s race to go direct

Formula 1 is likely to hit a core SVoD demographic in the US with its new Direct-to-Consumer service. US fans of the sport skew to the key younger SVoD demographic. By contrast, F1 fans in European markets tend to be older. F1's challenge will be monetising the relatively small fan base in the US.

Richard Cooper - 19/03/18
UK EST TV seasons favour older comedy and more recent documentaries

The number of TV seasons tracked by Ampere’s Home entertainment tracker hit 53,000 in the UK in March 2018.

Daniel Gadher - 14/03/18
SVoD services - from complementary to competitive

Ampere explores the significant growth in SVoD-only households in developed markets.

Tony Maroulis - 7/03/18
The state of cable: three different trends in three different business lines

Although recently cable companies have felt pressure in some developed markets such as the US, globally, absolute cable subscriptions have grown.

Silvia Presello - 7/03/18
Sweden's hidden cord-cutters...

Swedish consumers also prefer SVoD services over traditional pay TV services.