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.

Guy Bisson - 26/02/19
Drama gold rush is a literary boon

Literary adaptations are on the rise as TV producers seek inspiration in novels and comics.

Toby Holleran - 21/02/19
US reaches limit for SVoD stacking?

SVoD service stacking (the addition of more than one streaming service to a household subscription) is stagnating in the US, suggesting the new streaming entrants will have an uphill battle gaining market share.

Hannah Walsh - 20/02/19
UK SVoD subscribers are watching SVoD less frequently

UK SVoD subscribers are less engaged with their respective SVoD services than a year earlier.

Daniel Harraghy - 12/02/19
New content battle raging in iflix markets

iflix is using new content as a way to battle the rise of Netflix in its core markets.

Lottie Towler - 5/02/19
Amazon channel partners have yet to leverage international potential

Amazon channel partners still have plenty of room for international expansion across the streaming platform's footprint as Amazon says it will be more selective in what it adds to the service in future.

Alexios Dimitropoulos - 29/01/19
DAZN's Spanish rights could play well in Spanish market

DAZN could make up to €80m a year in Spain with its current package of rights. The streaming sports service is due to launch in the country next month with Ampere Consumer data suggesting it has a potential market of 800,000 homes.

Toby Holleran - 24/01/19
Hulu’s price drop is a wise money move

Hulu's price drop for its ad-funded SVoD tier is not just a well-timed dig at Netflix, but a clever strategy to add more of its most valuable customers.