VOD Landscape : Glance further upgrades its VOD panorama worldwide
The new edition of the VOD Landscape report augments its overview of the international SVOD/AVOD/TVOD(1) market and offers new indicators for a comprehensive understanding of these new forms of content distribution.
More countries, more platforms, more indicators
Now studying 80 international, regional and local platforms (compared to 60 for the initial edition), the VOD Landscape report reveals the slate and overall VOD trends worldwide, beyond the countries commonly studied. In addition to the Anglo-Saxon countries (United States and United Kingdom first and foremost), the study also covers Northern, Western and Eastern Europe, Africa and the Middle East, Asia, including India and South Korea, as well as Oceania.
New for 2021: through a partnership with Whip Media, the American platform specialising in audiovisual content licensing, the report screens each platform's whole available catalogue, all genres combined. Beyond original series, it broadens the scope of the content scrutinised, licensed content included, and offers a focus on unitary productions (known as one-offs): films, TV films, documentaries and variety shows. With a breakdown by genre, average length, year and country of production.
Focus on 29 flagship platforms
In addition to the overall snapshot of the market and its players, the report offers, for 29 platforms, 29 ID cards focused on the launches of new original series (compared to 20 in 2020).
They summarise the key information specific to each player, such as the volume of launches of original series, the launch periods and frequencies, the countries of production and an illustrated summary of the flagship original remarkable series.
The report also outlines the strategy of these VOD services. For example, we learn that local platforms stand out from international players by limiting, within their catalogue, the percentage of titles offered in common with global platforms.
“In a landscape as dynamic as it is competitive and that continues to develop on a global, regional and local scale, the VOD Landscape report provides a unique insight that allows players such as platforms, TV channels, producers and distributors to identify the import and export opportunities offered by the various platforms”, sums up Frédéric Vaulpré, Director of Glance.
(1) Subscription video on demand / Advertisement-based video on demand / Transactional video on demand
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