Funding in the Age of OTT in Sports, Films & Series 2019: Companies Such as Amazon, Apple, Disney & Hulu Included – ResearchAndMarkets.com

DUBLIN–(BUSINESS WIRE)–The “Sport, Films, Series: Funding in the Age of OTT” report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com’s offering.

This study examines how the growth of OTT is impacting consumption, production, and distribution of premium content, namely sport, films, and TV fiction.

It explores the roles that each of these content types will play in the coming years and looks at how their funding will be affected depending on the development scenario of the audiovisual sector.

  • It first explains how this content is produced, consumed, distributed and financed while highlighting the major regional differences.
  • It then looks at how OTT is currently disrupting the sector and examines the way in which stakeholders are adapting to this disruption.
  • Finally, it uses four scenarios for how the audiovisual sector could develop to identify the challenges that producers and premium rights holders will face in the coming years as they seek financing and exposure for their content.

Companies Mentioned

  • Alibaba
  • Amazon
  • Apple
  • ARD
  • ATP/WTA
  • Atresmedia
  • Baidu
  • BBC
  • BeIN Sports
  • Canal+
  • Central European Media Enterprises
  • Channel 4
  • Comcast/NBC Universal
  • Disney
  • DR
  • ESPN
  • Euroleague Basketball
  • Eurosport
  • Facebook
  • France TV
  • Google / YouTube / Google Play
  • HBO
  • Hulu
  • LaLiga
  • Mediapro
  • Netflix
  • NRK
  • Perform Group/DAZN
  • PGA Tour
  • Premier League
  • RAI
  • RMC Sport
  • RTL Group
  • RUV
  • Serie A
  • Sky
  • SVT
  • Tencent
  • TF1
  • Twitter
  • UEFA
  • UFC
  • Warner
  • WOW! Unlimited Media
  • Xilam
  • Yle
  • ZDF

For more information about this report visit https://www.researchandmarkets.com/r/7t6law

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