On-Demand International Views Dashboard now available in this service covering Amazon, Disney+ and Netflix.
Omdia tracks data on key movie and sports rights worldwide, including past deals and announced upcoming relationships.
Sports rights by sport, rights owner, event, contract term and country.
Movie-TV rights by buyer, supplier, rights description, term and country.
This new database provides estimated media rights values for more than 25 leading sports events in 100 countries and territories worldwide, with forecasts to 2027.
This interactive dashboard presents PlumResearch data estimating the unique viewers of series and non-series on Amazon, Disney+ and Netflix across 43 countries and globally. This interactive dashboard is updated every quarter and is exclusively available to subscribers of the Digital Content & Channels Intelligence service.
How are leading Video On-Demand providers promoting content in-app? How are the titles changing and how do titles and genres compare across providers? This dashboard with visualization lets you compare specific TV & movie titles by featured title categories as defined by providers, i.e. “Trending Now,” ‘Popular on x,” “Worth the Wait,” “Top 10 in the US Today,” etc. See how featured title names change compared to previous month and breakdowns such as series or non-series, genre, and original vs. non-original. This dashboard, updated monthly, covers the following on-demand providers in the US: Netflix, Amazon, Discovery+, Disney+, HBO Max, Hulu, Peacock, Pluto TV, and Tubi. Starting from the March 2022 data, UK titles data have been added to the dashboard, with the following on-demand providers: Netflix, Disney+, Amazon, BritBox, and Now TV.
Revenue and programming expenditure for more than 100 groups worldwide, including breakdowns by national markets. Groups include linear TV channels and online providers. Programming expenditure is split into original, acquired, and sports.
Monitor the changing TV and movie catalog make-up by content type and runtime. The SVoD TV & Movie Content Tracker offers a detailed picture of the offerings of on-demand services across AVOD, SVOD, TVE, series and non-series, using data provided by our partner Stream Metrics. Data collected in interactive database examines first runs, exclusives, unscripted, language, runtime, and genre.
Currently covered: 75 on-demand services, including 29 in the US, 18 in the UK, Amazon, Netflix and Disney+ and other key providers in Australia, France, Germany, Italy and Spain
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