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‘TV as a Service’ Revenue Will Reach $1.5 Billion in 2021

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Video entertainment has evolved. ABI Research evaluates expectations of the TV as a Service (TVaaS) business model, and finds that TVaaS revenues will grow from 10% in 2016 to 35% of video software revenues in 2021.

Source: ABI Research

OTT Video Adoption in U.S. Homes Disrupts Pay-TV

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In December 2016, according to comScore data, more than 49 million homes – 53 percent of U.S. Wi-Fi connected homes – accessed at least one OTT service. Moreover, these households were active in viewing OTT content, doing so an average of 19 separate days during the month, and for 2.2 hours per usage day.

Source: comScore

Broadcast TV Measurement Responds to Audience Decline

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The appetite for on-demand video entertainment is healthy across all age groups, with the average person in the U.S. spending 30 to 50 minutes per day viewing content via OTT multimedia devices or DVR and VOD playback.

Source: eMarketer

How Streaming Video Demand is Driven by Innovation

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Access to movies (50 percent) is the top reason why consumers pay for streaming video services; viewing complete seasons of TV shows (45 percent) is a close second and has increased 6 points in just six months.

Source: Digital Lifescapes

U.S. Digital Video Streaming Gained Momentum in 2016

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Nielsen conducted an analysis to determine how many U.S. homes own various devices and how data has trended over time. Today, just over 23% of TV homes own a digital streaming device such as an Amazon Fire TV, Apple TV, Google Chromecast or Roku, up from 19% in June 2016.

Source: Nielsen

Subscription Video on Demand Trends in North America

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According to a recent study, North America will have 112 million SVOD subscribers — that’s for movie and TV services only; excluding sports — by end-2016, which is up by 19 million when compared with 2015. Moreover, the SVOD total is forecast to climb to 138 million by 2021.

Source: Digital Lifescapes

Pay-TV High Cost Continues to Drive Shrinking Demand

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The traditional pay-TV industry is anxious to appeal to young consumers, who subscribe at much lower rates than other age groups. This market segment includes both cord-cutters, who have dropped pay-TV, and cord-nevers, who have never subscribed (and likely never will, given the current cost of pay-TV services).

Source: Digital Lifescapes