Ampere Markets delivers a comprehensive picture of the world’s largest cable, satellite, telecoms operators and subscription VoD services – all in one single view.
Ampere Consumer comprises two annual waves of consumer surveys across 13 markets and 26,000 individuals covering device, app and service uptake, viewing habits and consumption – helping you to understand how your audience is reacting to the changing media landscape.
Ampere Analytics' Content Track provides key metrics about the world’s leading VoD and SVoD services across international markets, focusing on the pricing and availability of TV and film titles by country and store.
Richard Broughton's presentation from the Ampere client event in London on 3rd May 2017, covering the hottest topics in the global TV & film industry.
We assess some of the drivers and challenges faced in the global race to deploy quad play services, and take an in-depth look at the strategies and KPIs of three key quad-play providers.
This report provides an in-depth analysis of Pay TV and TV advertising trends in France, Spain, Italy, Portugal and Greece over the period 2005-2022. In this report we investigate the immediate and lasting effects of the financial crisis and we analyse correlations between macro-economic variables and sector trends.
This report looks at the content spend of the major TV groups, channel groups and SVoD platforms in the USA and the Big 5 European countries
Guy Bisson's keynote presentation from October's PIKE conference in Łódź, Poland from 24th to 26th October 2016.
Sport on TV is facing a demographic challenge, Ampere's analysis of data on over 30,000 consumers in Europe and the USA indicates. Young millennials are being lured away from watching sport by the plethora of other content on offer in the TV and online video market.
This report distills many of the key findings from Ampere's second wave of consumer survey data from 2016. It includes a detailed profile for each of the ten markets covered in the survey.
A keynote presentation delivered by Ed Border at the BASE / MESA Home Entertainment Summit which took place in London, September 2016
This presentation delivered by Guy Bisson in June 2016 at Cable Congress in Warsaw, provides a short and concise analysis of the changing economics of content distribution .
Ampere's Richard Broughton assesses the growth of OTT-first consumers and looks at growth drivers and what this means for media companies.
As Amazon moves more heavily into video, Ampere explores how much the web giant can afford to spend on content, and how the economics of its retail business allows it to justify extensive investments in digital content.
During the last quarter of 2015, whilst growth levels have not returned to those seen in 2013, there is some evidence of a turnaround in the fortunes of pay TV globally. The levels of cord-cutting in the US market were significantly lower than in recent quarters.
This presentation from Connected TV Summit in March 2016 looks at the impact of the emergence of a breed of big new content players.
A presentation given at the Royal Television Society, London, in March 2016 looks at the changing role of the MCN in the development of the future TV market.
Our latest report looks at the economics and strategies of triple-play bundling worldwide, showing that, while a good bundling strategy can increase an operator's market share, it is often at the cost of price deflation. Adding mobile to a fixed-line bundle may not always be the best strategy to deploy. Find out why.
A detailed look at the five consumer segments developed by Ampere for benchmarking and targeting TV propositions and content offers.
During Q3 2015, the number of markets in which there was a net pay TV decline fell from the previous quarter and against the same quarter a year earlier. Just 15 markets (including the US) suffered cord-cutting in Q3 2015 versus 23 in Q2 2015 and 21 in Q3 2014. While the third quarter of 2015 looks generally positive by a number of measures, there is still cause for concern.
Ampere Analysis’ latest report proposes and discusses possible future scenarios if Netflix moved into advertising. The streaming video company has been at pains to point out it has no plans to make such a move, but Ampere anticipates that future revenue growth will inevitably slow as subscriptions hit saturation point. At this point, it will come under pressure from shareholders to look for alternative revenue sources. Advertising will be one of the options considered.