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.
Despite the eased restrictions during early 2021, pandemic-wary Australians are switching on entertainment subscriptions at a rapid pace and had a total of 42 million subscriptions at the end of June 2021, up from 37 million in June 2020, according to new research from emerging technology analyst firm, Telsyte.
Kayo, a sports streaming subscription service, leverages the technological capabilities of Amazon Web Services to seamlessly deliver video content for Australian sports fans.
Netflix’s superpower isn’t just a string of must-watch original shows, but knowing with uncanny accuracy which shows viewers “should watch next, especially if it’s something they’d never expect".
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