Subscription-video services are benefiting as cord cutters look for cheaper ways to access TV shows and movies – Silicon Alley

Subscription-video services are benefiting from the growing number of cord cutters looking for cheaper ways than cable TV to access TV shows and movies.  Netflix and Hulu, for instance, are much cheaper than pay-TV subscriptions that on-average cost $55 monthly in the US, according to SNL Kagan estimates. And streaming video adoption will grow even faster with the availability of popular channels like HBO and AMC outside of cable TV packages.  As a result, BI Intelligence estimates US subscription video revenue will top nearly $4.8 billion this year and grow to $11.5 billion by the end of 2019, rising by a compound annual growth rate of 24% from 2014, based on data from PwC. In this new and exclusive report from BI Intelligence we look at how prominent players in five separate categories have tried to build a subscription-based revenue streams alongside ad-based businesses: the categories are video, music, news publishing, social...

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