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TV channels look to exploit online video revenues - study

Tuesday 27 October 2015 | 11:19 CET | News
New research from IHS suggests that the traditional TV channels business is entering a period of flux, with the core concept of the channel fragmenting as audience behaviour changes and broadcasters adapt to meet the evolving needs of viewers. IHS believes that the traditional linear channel will be around for a long time to come, but it will become increasingly marginalised by a wide range of online services. It adds that Direct to Consumer (D2C) offerings are emerging as key new services for traditional channels, with services such as HBO Now, Discovery DPlay and DisneyLife leading the way.

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Categories: Broadcast & Satellite / Internet
Companies: HBO / Netflix
Countries: World
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