Media & Entertainment
Unlock the depth and breadth of the sector’s most important geographies, technologies, and companies. With over 35 expert analysts, Omdia brings you timely forecasts, consumer data, competitive analysis, and qualitative insights. Stay ahead in one of the world’s largest and fastest-growing markets.
This dashboard shows how sport fans engage with video services, content, and devices. This can be drilled into by sports type, sports league, and engagement type.
This database provides comprehensive coverage of TV & Online Video, through a wide range of in-depth financial and operational metrics. Historical and five-year forecasts are provided for each metric, in both pivot and source table formats.
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Stay on top in this dynamic market with actionable insights from our expert team. Build a better business by understanding changing consumer demand and media delivery across set-top boxes (STBs), home networking and video technology. Benefit from extensive research that builds on data from the wider Omdia team.
Analysis of the consumer CPE Wi-Fi market and devices, including routers, gateways, whole-home systems, and extenders. Covers market size, vendor market share, forecasts, and market trends for devices purchased through the retail channel.
Analysis of the content security market for video entertainment. Includes vendor share and market size forecasts for conditional access (CAS), digital rights management (DRM), watermarking, piracy monitoring, and credentials sharing.
Digital Consumer Services
Our global experts help you understand the dynamic market of tech, competitors and consumers. Unlock in-depth analysis and unique strategies across areas such as broadband, messaging and communications, digital operators, smart home, and consumer AI. Know the landscape and create new possibilities.
The grip that the tech giants have over the digital media market is beginning to loosen, as competition heats up and antitrust regulators start to crack down. How much market share will be lost? Which market segments will see the greatest shifts in power?
This report examines trends in consumer adoption of paid online video services aggregated and delivered by their telecoms (or pay-TV) service provider. The study focuses on key areas of paid online video including viewing device choices, bundling propensity, and user-experience issues.
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Our Media and Entertainment Experts
Research VP, Media & Entertainment
Chief Analyst, Digital Consumer Platforms and AI
Research Director, Media Delivery
Maria Rua Aguete
Senior Research Director, Media and Entertainment
Research Director, Service Provider Consumer
Chief Analyst, Media and Entertainment
Research Director, Games, Music, Consumer Platforms and AI
Senior Principal Analyst, Digital Content & Channels
Practice Leader, TV & Online Video
Senior Principal Analyst, Music and Digital Audio
Senior Principal Analyst, TV, Video and Advertising
Senior Principal Analyst, Broadband & Bundling
Principal Analyst, Cinema
Principal Analyst, Digital Consumer Platforms
Principal Analyst, Video Games
Principal Analyst, TV, Video & Advertising
Principal Analyst, Digital Consumer Operator Strategies
Principal Analyst, Broadband & Bundling
Principal Analyst, Advanced Messaging and Communications
Senior Analyst, Digital Consumer Platforms
Principal Analyst, Games
Principal Analyst, Visual Entertainment
Kia Ling Teoh
Senior Analyst, Advertising
Principal Analyst, Media and Entertainment
Jun Wen Woo
Senior Analyst, TV & Online Video
Senior Analyst, TV & Online Video
Principal Analyst, Smart Home Services
Senior Analyst, Advanced Messaging and Communications
Senior Analyst, Games
Research Analyst, Home Networks
Principal Analyst, Media & Entertainment
Research Analyst, Emerging Consumer Services
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