Monday, June 10, 2019

5 Early Indicators That Apple Has The Stuff To Compete With The Streaming Heavyweights

Consumers, though, opted for cheaper Roku, Amazon Fire TV and Google Chromecast sticks that were all priced at $30-$40, and Apple largely missed the rise of streaming. Apple’s market share of connected-TV devices in 2017 was 15 percent and falling, according to Parks Associates research report.

From the article "5 Early Indicators That Apple Has The Stuff To Compete With The Streaming Heavyweights" by Scott Porch.

Thursday, August 16, 2018

Are There Lessons in Go90’s Failure for Jeffrey Katzenberg’s Billion-Dollar Streaming Startup?

There was a lot to like about the originals on Go90, and my sense from using the service was that the programming wasn’t the problem. Peter Berg’s docuseries QB1 about elite high school quarterbacks is fantastic, Paul Scheer and Rob Heubel’s Uber parody Drive Share was light and innovative, and The Break with Michelle Wolf executive producer Daniel Powell’s mini-series Thanksgiving is staggeringly funny and should be for Thanksgiving what National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation is more

Tuesday, September 05, 2017

Apple Really Needs To Get On The Stick

A new study from Parks Associates confirms earlier studies from ComScore and eMarketer this year: Roku is running away with the streaming device market while Apple is lagging way behind, controlling a mere 15% of the market.

The consensus from industry observers is that this is due to two factors: lack of options (Apple TV does not have Amazon video, though it’s scheduled to get it this week) and, more than anything, Apple TV’s astoundingly high price.

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Thursday, August 24, 2017

Roku and Amazon Fire TV Continue to Gain Market Share; Chromecast and Apple TV Fall Behind

Roku continues to be the market leader for streaming devices, but Amazon’s Fire TV devices have made significant inroads over the last year, according to a report released by market research firm Parks Associates.

Over the last year, Roku grew its share of the market for TV streaming devices from 33 percent to 37 percent, and Amazon Fire TV grew its share from 16 percent to 24 percent. Google’s Chromecast (18 percent) and Apple TV (15 percent) both saw market share declines. more

Friday, December 30, 2016

New Report Shows Other SVOD Services Creeping Up on Netflix

The report also found that U.S. consumers pay an average of $29 per month for what Parks calls “incremental video-related entertainment beyond pay TV,” and the the biggest chunks of that are movie tickets ($9.32 a month) and SVOD services ($7.95 a month), which will almost certainly rise in 2017 with Netflix’s $2-a-month price increase and the growth of newer streaming services.

“The average spending on subscription OTT video has increased over the past four years, with a no more

Tuesday, July 05, 2016

Comcast’s Decision To Add Netflix To Its X1 Cable Boxes Proves Who Cable’s Real Enemy Is (And It Isn’t Netflix)

Research firm Parks Associates estimates that 64 percent of U.S. broadband households subscribe to streaming video service but that only 36 percent of U.S. broadband households are using streaming players. That spread is partly attributable to people using gaming consoles, Blu-ray players or other devices, but it also includes people who use streaming services on their portable devices but haven’t streamed content to their living room TVs yet. There’s tremendous room for growth more

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