Friday, May 13, 2022, 10:12 AM ET|
In this week’s Inside the Stream podcast nScreenMedia’s Colin Dixon and I discuss new data from Hub Research that highlights streaming’s ongoing surge. For example, 89% of survey respondents have a streaming subscription, with half of respondents to at least 3 of the “big 5” services (Netflix, Hulu, Amazon, HBO Max and Disney+). Colin and I explore all of the data and what it means.
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Thursday, May 12, 2022, 12:12 PM ET|
Be sure to join us at VideoNuze’s next Connected TV Advertising Summit (virtual), which will be on the afternoons of June 14th and 15th. Sign up is complimentary and all attendees will be entered to win two Smart Soundbars, generously provided by Roku.
Over 30 speakers are now confirmed on 8 sessions across the 2 afternoons. The full program is on the event web site. Attendees will hear from executives at companies including GroupM, Samsung, A+E Networks, Roku, NBCUniversal, AMC Networks, Paramount Streaming, Publicis and many more. They'll share their insights and help attendees understand how to succeed as the world moves to a CTV/streaming-first approach.
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Friday, May 6, 2022, 12:53 PM ET|
In this week’s Inside the Stream podcast nScreenMedia’s Colin Dixon and I discuss some of our takeaways from the NewFronts presentations this week. Connected TV, original shows, audience targeting and shopability were at the forefront. We also touch on Roku’s recent results.
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Friday, April 29, 2022, 10:34 AM ET|
In this week’s Inside the Stream podcast nScreenMedia’s Colin Dixon and I discuss the Q1 results of Comcast and YouTube, as well as a new report from Pixability that details YouTube’s massive reach.
Colin leads the discussion of Comcast, which lost 512K video subscribers, leading to a total loss of 1.7 million subscribers in the past 4 quarters. On the broadband side, subscriber growth slowed to 262K, compared with 434K a year ago. Peacock was a bright spot, reaching 28 million monthly active users and 13 million paid users.
Separate, YouTube’s revenue grew at a slower 14% rate in Q1, to $6.9 billion. We discuss more of the details of YouTube’s performance which remains very strong. Pixability also released a valuable new report showing the extent of YouTube’s massive reach and its proliferation on connected TVs. The report is available as a complimentary download.
Colin wraps up with a few takeaways from NABShow earlier this week.
Listen to the podcast (25 minutes, 14 seconds)
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