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  • October 26, 2018

    Video Entertainment Market Outlook: The overall Video Entertainme [...]

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    We anticipate the Australian video market to marginally decline from A$5.48bn in 2018 to A$5.33bn in 2023 driven by a deflationary shift from traditional to digital platforms. While we don’t expect the overall size of the video entertainment market to decline materially, we do expect platform share to change dramatically over the next five years. Pay-TV will remain under pressure as the way video is consumed and paid for changes. Foxtel will offset some of this pressure by its participation in the xVOD market albeit this market will be heavily contested with multiple new players emerging.
  • Australian media reforms are sensible …but they come far too late
    Australian media reforms are sensible …but they come far too late
    May 10, 2017

    Australian media reforms are sensible …but they come far too la [...]

    On Saturday 6th May 2017, the Australian Government announced a comprehensive package of media reforms – a feat that had defeated many of its predecessors. The reforms have clearly been designed to offer something for everyone and the response from the industry has been extremely positive, but is it is all too late?

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    August 17, 2015

    FLASH – Nine NRL rights deal – diamonds or stones?

    Has Nine stolen a jump on its rivals with its NRL rights deal? At A$925m only time will tell if there is a return on its investment. What we can say is: this underpins the value of sports to delivering live audiences and it reinforces that broadcasters will remain the key rights holders for the next rights cycle at least.