The irony of the future of TV is that we’ve now come full circle: we’re once again in a landscape where some content is free and some is paid for, and that’s a good thing.
Jack Benjamin, Ella Sagar and Omar Oakes unpack the key takeaways from last week’s The Future of Media and The Future of Gaming events in London, and discuss how the Israel-Hamas war has caused trouble for social media companies and the BBC alike.
Disney+’s “£1.99 for three months” campaign drove a significant boost in new subscriber adds across all streaming services this summer amid a longer-term trend of rising prices.
Analysis: Netflix appears reliant on price increases for UK growth, as membership growth remains in the single digits.
Analysis: The cord is now being cut at both ends as pay-TV providers adopt tactics to compete with streaming giants and develop their own offerings.
Analysis: Was Netflix’s global ads chief not the right person for the job, or is it the job itself that makes the streaming giant uncomfortable?
Services like Spotify and Netflix need to be more than just a seamless convenience and one-click utility.
Global SVOD revenues are forecast to grow by $20bn in six years as the main platforms start to value profitability over subscriber growth, according to new research.