How are streaming services adapting their content strategies to grow?
Season 2, Ep. 19
Nick Thomas is joined by Rahul Patel, Mayssa Jamil and Jack Genovese. Rahul discusses the weaknesses of Netflix's movie strategy compared to its TV series offering. Mayssa looks at the rise of big-budget franchises funded by the global streaming services. Finally, Jack details the role of sports rights in the streaming wars, and why we shouldn't expect Netflix to get involved anytime soon.
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2022 and beyond: Key trends across TV, Games, and Sports.
Season 3, Ep. 1
In our first episode of 2023, we look back at the key trends that defined 2022 in the media, games, and sport industry, whilst also directing our gaze forward to what the industry can expect in the year ahead. Ed Border is joined by Lottie Towler, Fred Black, Ben McMurray and Louise Shorthouse to discuss these trends.Production by Rory Gooderick.Follow Ampere Analysis on Twitter: @AmpereAnalysisSign up to The Amp weekly newsletter hereFor more information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
Netflix’s ad-tier, SvoD cancellations and the demographic skew of US streaming content.
Season 2, Ep. 20
Toby Holleran is joined by Orina Zhao, Olivia Deane and Josh Rustage. Orina discusses Netflix's new ad-supported tier and analyses the factors that influenced its price across the various launch markets. Olivia talks about recent trends in content commissioning and cancellations for some of the major streaming services. Finally, Josh discusses the demographic skews of content on streaming platforms in the US.Production by Rory Gooderick.Follow Ampere Analysis on Twitter: @AmpereAnalysisSign up to The Amp weekly newsletter hereFor more information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
Cross-media IP, European PSB funding & EPL revenue distribution
Season 2, Ep. 18
Ed Border is joined by Lottie Towler, Neil Anderson and Daniel Harraghy. Lottie discusses how movie and TV franchises have been over lapping with games industry IP. Neil looks at the decision in France to scrap the TV licence fee, and what this might mean for the future of PSB funding across Europe. Finally, Dan explores the distribution of TV revenues in the English Premier League and the factors impacting why it should be changed going forward.Production by Henry Beckwith.Follow Ampere Analysis on Twitter: @AmpereAnalysisSign up to The Amp weekly newsletter hereFor more information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy