Roy Morgan's research shows that while Foxtel, Disney+ and Amazon Prime Video showed strong growth in viewer numbers during 2021, Netflix is still the top dog.
Entertainment on demand is already a well-established service in the US and UK, and client demand has driven its expansion in Germany, and next in Australia, according to data, brands, and insights research firm Kantar.
Movie Frenzy – the promotion that makes selected recent movies available to rent for $3 or less – is back. Its latest incarnation runs from 1 October to 7 October 2021.
Amazon members and anime fans are in for a treat as the fourth and final chapter of the new theatrical edition of Evangelion, Evangelion: 3.0+1.01 Thrice Upon a Time is coming to Amazon Video.
Amazon has agreed to acquire MGM for US$8.45 billion.
Movie Frenzy returns with another chance to watch digitally-delivered movies at cut prices.
Nvidia has released two new Shield TV models in Australia
New episodes of Back to the Rafters will be Amazon Prime's first scripted Australian Amazon Original series.
Amazon and Google are joining forces to launch the official YouTube app on Amazon Fire TV devices and Fire TV Edition smart TVs, as well as the Amazon Prime Video app for streaming to Chromecast and Chromecast built-in devices.
Milennials who use streaming services or use an Apple device capable of streaming are the key target market for Apple TV+ when it debuts later this year in a “crowded, and growing, streaming TV” Australian market.
Netflix says nearly 14 million Australians now have access to some form of pay TV or subscription TV, up 11.8% on a year ago, with the increase driven by Netflix as well as other SVOD services including Stan, YouTube Premium and Amazon Prime Video.
Australians and their Canadian counterparts are paying 34% more for using Amazon Prime Video than US users of the video streaming services which were launched worldwide by Amazon two years ago.
Market researcher Roy Morgan says more than 9.8 million Australians have access to Netflix, and the number could pass the 10 million milestone this quarter.
Global-gone-local marketplace Amazon.Com.Au now offers Amazon Prime in Australia, with free two-day delivery, plus Prime Video, Prime Reading, Twitch Prime and other inclusions.
With Amazon having finally gone live in Australia last week, its Fire TV Stick has been on sale down under, too.
There's no indication that live NFL matches are a drawcard for Amazon Prime Video in Australia.
Amazon is making a play for the sports audience in its Prime Video line-up for October, but the geek market isn't overlooked.
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