Articles Tagged ‘OTT’

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‘Staggering growth’ projected for OTT, e-sports revenues in Canada

A new report from PricewaterhouseCoopers indicates OTT revenues in Canada will grow from $2.1 billion in 2018 to $3.5 billion in 2023.

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Canadians increasingly view TV content in other languages: study

Those who seek content in languages other than English and French are more likely to find it on OTT.

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OTT revenues continue to gain significant ground on TV: CRTC

TV revenues declined while revenues from internet video platforms grew, according to the Communications Monitoring Report for 2017.

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TV and OTT subscriptions almost equal: study

Plus, Amazon Prime and Sportsnet Now are making waves.

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Where does Canada stack up for OTT subscription?

The SVOD is gaining ground in English Canada, but Quebec still has reservations.

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Netflix’s growth in Canada set to slow: study

The SVOD’s growth rate will be outpaced by that of the overall OTT industry in Canada, according to eMarketer.

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MTM reports uptick in cable cutting

In a survey among Anglophones, 73% said they were paying for cable, satellite or fibre optic – down from 78% last year.

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The latest numbers on Canadian cord-cutters

Price lead to the biggest gap in satisfaction between pay TV and “alternative” services according to a new study from J.D. Power.

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Traditional TV subscriptions still out-perform OTT tenfold: study

A new report by Convergence Research found that even though TV subscriber revenue is on a steady decline, the revenue from OTT doesn’t come close to touching TV.

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Cable in decline, but still the number-one TV delivery method: study

Three quarters of Canadians still pay for TV in some form and most prefer cable. But fibre optic share is steadily rising.

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Not all millennials are created equal: study

A new MTM study shows that while people aged 18 to 34 unite in areas like smartphone use and OTT, Gen Y and Gen Z differ on tech tools like tablets and wearables.

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Live TV is still king: study

While time spent on SVOD and OTT platforms has doubled since 2013, 82% of television minutes watched still come from appointment-style viewing.

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City now available on Apple TV

The media co is testing mid-roll ads and integrated branded content spots on the new video app.

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Do Canadians know if they’re watching online TV?

MTM has amended its viewership stats after finding that not all respondents thought OTT services counted as online TV watching.

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Nearly half of English Canadians watch Netflix: MTM

That figure is up from 21% in 2012, according to a sneak peek of the research org’s fall report.