With Amazon and Facebook said to be eyeing "key sporting rights" to "bolster content market share", a new report says digital content spend will reach US$202 billion next year, up from US$184 billion in 2017.
Australian-based global content streaming company Switch Media is set to launch its AppSolute over the top (OTT) video streaming service.
A new study from Juniper Research estimates that consumer migration from operator voice and text services to OTT (Over the Top) messaging services and social media will cost network operators nearly $104 billion in 2017.
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Telcos are set to follow the "Over The Top" (OTT) content providers into original programming, with sports rights something that "could become key battleground for exclusive content".
Direct to Home (DTH), IPTV and Over-the-Top (OTT) services are projected to grow in the next five years on the back of government support in infrastructure development including fibre roll-outs fuelled by increased consumer demand across the Asia Pacific.
Pay TV SaaS platform PayWizard says ‘research shows mobile devices as most popular choices for watching OTT TV content’ with millennials using nearly 2x the devices as over 55s to watch TV.
OTT voice earnings will go over the top to hit over US $10 billion by 2020, a fivefold increase over five years at the telco’s expense.
The Australian telecommunications market is going through a real shake-up, with the market dominance of the established telcos under challenge from digital media, including OTT providers, offering new communications services at lower costs, or free of charge.
Telstra-owned subsidiary Ooyala has made its second acquisition within the last nine months with the purchase of cloud-based media logistics and workflow software and services company Nativ.
The take up of VoIP services in Australia has risen significantly over recent years, with more than 5 million adult Aussies now using a VoIP service.
Consumer demand for choice is driving a massive worldwide surge in subscriber numbers watching Over-the-Top (OTT) services like Netflix and Amazon.
So-called Over the Top (OTT) TV providers like Netflix and Amazon Prime are expected to generate $31.6 billion by 2019, up from just under $8 billion last year, and posing an increasing competitive threat to traditional broadcasters.
Australia’s No.2 telco, Optus, is looking at charging ‘OTT’ or over-the-top video streaming companies so their services are delivered at faster speeds to consumers.
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