You are invited! OTT Day in London, February 27th 2019

Published February 19th, 2019

As OTT continues to surge, media companies cannot afford to wait on the sidelines. Digital media consumers across generations are increasingly in the driver’s seat—and their expectations to content, quality and user experience, are at an all-time high. Some major shifts are now occurring. What are the implications for technology, media, and telecommunications companies?

Join us at the free-to-attend OTT Day in London on February 27th 2019, 1:30pm-6:30pm at the Novotel Excel London, where we look further into trends shaping the OTT industry, Innovations in TV, what does the future of Internet TV services look like and more. The OTT Day will feature a series of keynotes from industry thought leaders who will address key issues facing the industry today and in the future, challenges and opportunities, new markets and technologies and much more. Register today

The event brings together networks, digital media publishers, distributors and technology executives representing a 360 view of the OTT ecosystem. Presentations will cover topics ranging from business models and devices to streaming media technologies that will define and shape TV today and into the future.

What to expect:

– Be inspired by a wide range of presentations from highly respected, industry thought leaders
– Get updated on the latest trends and future of streaming media
– Strengthen and enhance your network with industry peers in an exclusive and relaxed setting
– Share experiences, best practices, and know-how
– A fabulous networking drink reception & delicious coffee breaks

Secure your ticket to the OTT Day in London today and gain a 360 degree view of the OTT ecosystem.

 

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SVOD and Broadcast TV Will Have Same Viewing Times by 2023

According to a new report from Rethink Technology Research, 478 million SVoD subscribers today will grow to 743 million by 2023, with China having the most SVoD subscribers by 2023, but North America still driving the largest dollar volume . Meaning that in only four years, the global average viewing time for SVOD content will rise enough that it will equal the amount of broadcast TV watched.

This global forecast shows the stark contrast between the heavily AVoD Asia compared to the SVoD frenzy going on in the US and Europe. The US market will rise from a combined paid SVoD (including vMVPD) and reach 236.6 million subscriptions by the end of 2023, from a base today of some 146.5 million.
 

Europe and Asia will be neck and neck in SVoD revenues by 2023, but with far fewer subscribers in Europe, each paying significantly more than those in Asia, a region dominated by frighteningly large Advertising VoD streaming numbers.

Netflix will continue to lead in SVoD in both subscribers numbers (outside of China), but will make up 194 million SVoD customers out of 743 million globally by 2023, some 26% of total global subscribers. In the US Netflix today represents 44% of subscriptions, but will only be 31% of the increased US subscription levels by 2023.

Join the conversation on the future of OTT at OTT Day in London

You are invited to join the free-to-attend OTT Day in London on February 27th from 1:30pm-6:30pm at the Novotel Excel Hotel. The event will feature a series of keynotes from industry thought leaders who will address key issues facing the industry today and in the future, challenges and opportunities, new markets and technologies and much more. Register today!

 

OTT Day London brings together networks, digital media publishers, distributors and technology executives representing a 360 view of the OTT ecosystem. Presentations will cover topics ranging from business models and devices to streaming media technologies that will define and shape TV today and into the future.

Don’t miss out! Register today!