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Tag: OTT

OTT to Lead Gains in AsiaPac Sports Media Revenues

March 5, 2020

Sports media revenues across 11 AsiaPac markets will rise to $7.2 billion in 2024, a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 6.7 percent, driven by the OTT sector, according to new research from Media Partners Asia (MPA).

New Survey Explores Asian Consumers’ Views on OTT

November 2, 2016

Day-and-date content, user interfaces, access to bundled packages and problems with dubbing and subtitling are top of mind for OTT subscribers in six key Asian markets, according to a broad consumer survey conducted by Media Partners Asia (MPA). The Asia Video Consumer Panel surveyed a total of 6,000 consumers, 1,000 each in Hong Kong, Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore and Thailand.

China Continues to Lead AsiaPac OTT Revenues

April 18, 2016

Asia-Pacific online video revenues are expected to hit $35 billion by 2021, up from $13 billion this year, with China accounting for 76 percent and four markets—Japan, Australia, Korea and India—taking in 17 percent of the total pie, according to new research from Media Partners Asia (MPA).


Ovum: Oz SVOD Boom Doesn’t Mean End of Pay & Free TV

December 8, 2015

MELBOURNE: The SVOD boom among Australian audiences will not wipe out existing pay-TV and free-to-air subscriptions, according to data by tech research firm Ovum. Services such as Netflix, Presto and Stan are expected to grow subscriptions from only 270,000 in December 2014 to 4.707 million by the end of 2019, …


mm2 Asia Invests in Tech Start-Up, Plans OTT Platform Launch for 2016

December 18, 2015

SINGAPORE: mm2 Asia has moved in to acquire a majority stake in Millinillion, a tech start-up that develops interactive solutions for digital users. mm2 Asia will pick up 466,667 new shares in Millinillion for around S$350,000 ($248,000). It will then own a 70 percent stake. The acquisition marks mm2’s first …

Channel Hopping

June 22, 2015

This article originally appeared in the MIPTV 2015 issue of TV AsiaPac. Localization, expansion and new competition are key concerns for Asia’s top pay-TV channel operators. For Asia’s pay-TV industry, 2015 is likely to be remembered as the year that OTT went from being a potential hiccup on the horizon …