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CDN and adjacent compute platform and IP Data vendor marketplaces, including AWS/Cloudfront, are forecast to reach $33.1 billion in 2017 revenues, rising to $39.8 billion in 2018, framing a 15-year CAGR (2003 – 2018) of 31%. Excluding AWS, the sector is primed to produce a $16 billion business, growing at a 15% run-rate for the year, including Level 3 where CDN and IP/Data service units contribute 47% to topline revenue. A nuts and bolts business ops analysis of the sector produced by AccuStr

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Triggered by shifting music listener consumption patterns, an outstanding assembly of cross-channel broadcasters and pure-play internet programmers, services and platforms, combined with exploitation of the audio avail plus consumer comfort with affordable pay-as-you-go subscription fees, collectively powered a 56.7% jump in 2016 revenue. Topline analytics in the AccuStream Research market study Internet Music Programmers 2016 – 2018: Ad-Supported and Subscription Listening Hours Chart a Monet

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Digital video tech vendors, IPTV sales and services, enterprise-grade modules-to-workflow suites, adtech platforms, integrators, media processing specialists and CDNs grew their businesses by 28.7% in 2016, booking $68.7 billion in revenue. That figure includes Google’s DoubleClick cross-channel adtech business, Facebook, Twitter, Amazon Web Services (AWS) and marketing platform Conversant Media (now owned by Alliance Data), following a 38.3% rate of expansion in 2015. Growth is currently peg

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Research shows online video and mobile adtech markets continue to consolidate, with $17.5 billion in acquisitions generated to date across all vendor-related adtech categories since 2005, with 2014 and 2015 documenting peaks exit dollars, and more to come.
Looking at 2016, $776 million in deals account for 4.4% of total M & A deals done, with current year’s total reached at an average topline revenue exit multiple (run-rate) of 1.90x.
Historically, up to the present time (a

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$4.7 BILLION IN-STREAM VIDEO SPENDING FORECAST FOR 2016; SECTOR SNAPS BACK TO DOUBLE-DIGIT GROWTH Seaside, CA Brands, marketers, agencies, rights holders and adtech platforms—(the demand side), have all clamored for more premium in-stream video inventory (supply side), or greater access to existing supply, though in 2016 the market is still defined by inventory scarcity despite a proliferating device base. In today’s fragmented device universe marketers are buying what they know and what

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The diary-driven research entitled ‘In-Stream Video Advertising Benchmarks by Device: Audiences Rate the Best to the Worst Publishers Delivering Cross-Channel, Ad-Supported Programming 2015 - 2016’ assembled a panel of viewers to watch and rate their experiences when interacting with digital video programming online. Regardless of linear broadcasting pedigree, legacy businesses or upstart internet only publisher counterparts spooling out digital video programming, there are many surprises an

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$14 billion in global ad spend rumbling through the mobile adtech ecosystem has undergone a striking transformation over the past 12 months, redefining how agencies (and agency trading desks), vendors and audience platforms engage with digital budgets, impressions and apportion subsequent profit splits. AdTech volatility resonating across the vendor marketplace is pressed by the push to acquire scale quickly (i.e. M & A) to compete with display giants that own audience networks like Facebook, G

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Digital video adtech providers booked $7.3 billion in 2014 global net revenue, with ecosystem-wide comparable growth from all formats, screens and devices supported projected to increase 22% - 31% in 2015, according to this vendor, solutions, marketplace, business operations and inventory management report. Spend enabled through video adtech systems rose by 33.9% in 2014 to $11.8 billion across all geographies. Vendor revenue, share and CAGR by segment are calculated as topline (which may incl

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IP video tech foundational purchase and upgrade budgets allocated by global operators, broadcasters/programmers (bridging linear and on-demand), OTT services, VOD services, Live-to-VOD integrations, network DVR and the enterprise (on-premises and in the cloud) are expected to surpass $18 billion in 2015. On the sell-in side, the IP video tech industry is populated with mature technologies, modules, content management services and workflow platforms that continually evolve through organic R & D

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In 2015, live-to-VOD is an emerging, converging set of solutions and technologies designed to support all video publishing initiatives, more specifically the broadcast industry’s transition to an IP delivery model, built on the foundation of abundant compute capacities and open software architectures. IP-based video consumption (across multiple screens, access points and devices) is increasing all over the world, including inside China. IP video platforms, services and solutions (from ingest

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Brands, marketers, agencies and adtech vendors--collectively the demand side--have all clamored for more premium in-stream ad inventory, and in 2015 the supply side is unlocking some 296 billion avails, though ad op growing pains persist. Media execs too, for their part, are determined that IP premium television be monetized in similar fashion to linear clock counterparts across all platforms, further contributing to unit volume increases (in-stream formats), exhibiting a CAGR of 47.3% 2003 –

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Cross-device flexibility of the in-stream audio avail, improving blended CPMs, plus simplified or reduced pricing tiers associated with subscription/hybrid digital music programming have spurred a services revenue jump of 28.6% in 2015, against listening hour increases coming in at 17%, according to industry analysis. This industry trade resource, Internet Music Programmers 2015 - 2018: A Stakeholder’s Guide to IP Radio, offers music services, brands/buyers, adtech vendors, agencies, rep firms

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Global Movie/TV Receipts to Surpass Music in 2016 The international marketplace for IP audio-video facilitated through paid-to-own media vendors and pay-as-you-go subscription services is on solid financial ground, and firmly integrated into the consumer experience. These emerging businesses frame a 12-year CAGR of 61.2%, with 2015 receipts projected at $22.6 billion, split between multiple music plans, movies, television and sports programming. This globally distributed marketplace is pres

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The IP video program marketplace is a sprawling collection of non-linear contributory channels feeding into, and intermingling with broadcast television, and likewise supported by a wide-ranging mix of advertising, subscription, paid channels, events and services on course to yield $21.8 billion in 2015 combined receipts. Leveraging off three successive years of high double-digit annual increases, the IP video marketplace is currently forecast to settle into a more moderate growth pattern of 1

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IP video publishers are forecast to deliver $22 billion in ad sales and subscription receipts across all platforms and geographies served in 2015, made against related COGS/OpEx vendor payments of $10.3 billion, according to a multi-disciplinary, industry-wide analysis carried out by the author. IP video publisher receipts, and fees paid for requisite technology support and services (i.e. CDN, mobile video adtech, desktop/cross-channel video adtech, players, integrated CMS platforms and media p

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Premium digital video publishers, their agencies and brand marketer partners have settled expectations regarding the migration of linear TV to VOD advertising paradigms that are time-based, carving out pods of inventory inserted sequentially into long-form programming online. Marketers place their bets where impressions inspire confidence, regardless of viewer orientation, thus directing demand toward in-stream inventory projected to capture 46.6% of digital video ad spend in 2015 (including m

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Despite some investor confusion about what valuation principles perfectly apply when benchmarking business model performance surrounding mobile/digital video ad tech companies (whether they are tech companies, media organizations, both or neither), publicly traded and privately-held vendors are forecast to steadily increase their share of the business through 2018. With a ready supply of IPO-related cash still on hand, publicly traded vendors are ramping up international operations, further ref

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