A newly-launched South African video-streaming service has the whole country abuzz as locals wait for Netflix to arrive. Called ShowMax, it could derail Netflix’s plans not only in South Africa, but across the African continent. ShowMax is a new division of South African media giant Naspers, whose DStv satellite service is [...]
As Netflix expands to 200 countries by the end of 2016, established players in foreign markets have begun to beef up offerings ahead of the new competition. Netflix ended June with 42.3 million U.S. and 23.3 million international subscribers, and Nomura analyst Anthony DiClemente predicts by 2020 it will reach a whopping 94 million global subs. Here's a look at...
French drama series are attracting the type of attention that made Israel and Scandinavia so hot, largely thanks to Canal+’s originals. But has local fare really changed, asks Pascale Paoli-Lebailly “We still are at the beginning of the French wave of drama series and primetime drama,” says Pascal Breton, founder…
Facebook has seen video consumption across its service explode in recent years, leaving many to question how it plans to extract revenue from all that user attention. TV-like commercial breaks could be the answer.
There has been so much written about the notion that we’re in a "new golden age" of television, and without much elaboration you know the shows they’re talking about – scripted dramas, TV’s version of the films that defined the 1970s, with distinctive characters and bold, compelling, serialized storytelling.
With more than 400 original series being made this year, it's no surprise the TV industry's top executives long for a simpler era. "There's so much television [now] that you can't guide an audience that would love a show because all of the good gets in the way of the great," FX Networks CEO John Landgraf said when he sat down...
According to a study by SNL Kagan, the revenue of Pay TV business continues to grow in key markets along Europe making them more and more attractive for US programmers facing increasing costs in home markets.
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