Global Trends in Video on Demand (VOD) Technology

Internet Segment Propels Growth of VOD Consumption Worldwide

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VOD solutions enable users to watch long-form content on-demand, as opposed to being received through traditional live linear programming. This market insight examines trends driving global VOD growth. VOD can be received as part of cable, satellite, IPTV subscription, or via the Internet through an online video service provider. The research covers uptake of VOD in each segment (counting both subscriber numbers and pay-per-view titles), VOD consumption by geography, and the evolution of video compression technologies used for VOD. The base year is 2013 and forecasts span 2014 through 2019.

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Global Trends in Video on Demand (VOD) TechnologyExecutive SummaryKey FindingsVOD Market OverviewVOD Market—An OverviewVOD Market—An Overview (continued)VOD Market—An Overview (continued)Market Forecast—VOD MarketVOD Market—Forecast AssumptionsVOD Market—Forecast by Number of SubscribersVOD Market—Percent of Subscribers by CountryVOD Market—Percent of Subscribers by SegmentVOD Market—Subscriber AnalysisVOD Market—Subscriber Analysis(continued)VOD Market—Subscriber Analysis(continued)VOD Market—Subscriber Analysis (continued)VOD Market—Forecast by Number of Titles StreamedVOD Market—Percent of Titles Streamed by SegmentVOD Market—Analysis of Titles StreamedVOD Market—Analysis of Titles Streamed (continued)VOD Market—Encoding Format AnalysisVOD Market—Encoding Format Analysis: AVCVOD Market—Encoding Format Analysis: AVC (continued)VOD Market—Encoding Format Analysis: AVC (continued)VOD Market—Encoding Format Analysis: AVC (continued)VOD Market—Encoding Format Analysis: WMVVOD Market—Encoding Format Analysis: WMV (continued)VOD Market—Encoding Format Analysis: WMV (continued)Cable SegmentCable Segment—Forecast by Number of SubscribersCable Segment—Subscriber Share Analysis by CompanyCable Segment—Forecast by Number of Titles StreamedCable Segment—Titles Streamed Share Analysis by CompanyIPTV SegmentIPTV Segment—Forecast by Number of SubscribersIPTV Segment—Subscriber Share Analysis by CompanyIPTV Segment—Forecast by Number of Titles StreamedIPTV Segment—Titles Streamed Share Analysis by CompanyDTH/Satellite SegmentDTH/Satellite Segment—Forecast by Number of SubscribersDTH/Satellite Segment—Subscriber Share Analysis by CompanyDTH/Satellite Segment—Forecast by Number of Titles StreamedDTH/Satellite Segment—Titles Streamed Share Analysis by CompanyInternet SegmentInternet Segment—Forecast by Number of SubscribersInternet Segment—Subscriber Share Analysis by CompanyInternet Segment—Forecast by Number of Titles StreamedInternet Segment—Titles Streamed Share Analysis by CompanyThe Last WordThe Last WordLegal DisclaimerThe Frost & Sullivan StoryThe Frost & Sullivan StoryValue Proposition—Future of Your Company & CareerGlobal PerspectiveIndustry Convergence360º Research PerspectiveImplementation ExcellenceOur Blue Ocean Strategy




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