Subscription television

  • Angus Alcock
  • Keth McLelland
  • Rob Spence
  • Andrew Parker

Market definition

Consists of several revenue streams including consumer expenditure on premium subscription television services, e.g. Foxtel Now cable/satellite and Fetch, characterised by linear channels and a box which records content.

Also consists of consumer subscription fees for subscription video on demand (SVoD) services such as Stan, Netflix and Amazon Prime delivered by a browser, app or aggregator such as Apple TV, or Telstra TV.

Advertising revenues from premium services are also included in this sector.

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