State of Streaming: Europe Report Details Kwaliteitswinst, welke Europese sportteams domineerden sociale en streaming-advertentieverbeteringen
FOSTER CITY, Californië–(BUSINESS WIRE)– Conviva, de intelligentiecloud voor streaming media, heeft vandaag haar State of Streaming: Europe-rapport voor Q2 2021 uitgebracht, waaruit blijkt dat de streaminggroei in Europa vastgehouden wordt aan pandemische winsten, met een groei van 19% jaar op jaar en overtreft de wereldwijde streaminggroei (13%) in dezelfde periode. West-Europa leidde de streaminggroei in Europa met 32% jaar-op-jaar winst, gevolgd door Noord-Europa met 23%. Het aantal kijkers in Zuid- en Oost-Europa daalde jaar op jaar met 1%.
“Europese kijkers blijven streaming in een snel tempo omarmen, weerspiegelen wat er in alle uithoeken van de wereld gebeurt en zelfs sommige regio’s overtreffen”, zegt Keith Zubchevich, CEO van Conviva. op uitgevers in Europa en over de hele wereld om consumenten een hoogwaardige kijkervaring te bieden, maar ze kunnen dit niet doen zonder consistente, nauwkeurige, realtime metingen, wat ook van cruciaal belang is om te groeien en inkomsten te genereren met hun streamingactiviteiten in een zeer concurrerende omgeving.”
New Conviva Data Reveals Streaming in Europe Holding onto Pandemic Gains with 19% Year-over-year Growth
State of Streaming: Europe Report Details Quality Gains, Which European Sports Teams Dominated Social and Streaming Ad Improvements
FOSTER CITY, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)– Conviva, the intelligence cloud for streaming media, released its State of Streaming: Europe report for Q2 2021 today, revealing streaming growth in Europe held onto pandemic gains, growing 19% year over year and outpacing global streaming growth (13%) for the same time period. Western Europe led Europe’s streaming growth with 32% year over year gains, followed by northern Europe at 23%. Viewership in southern and eastern Europe was down 1% year over year.
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Conviva’s State of Streaming Europe – Q2 2021 (Graphic: Business Wire)
“European viewers continue to embrace streaming at a rapid rate, mirroring what is happening in every corner of the world and even outpacing some regions,” said Keith Zubchevich, CEO, Conviva. “As more and more people flock to streaming, the onus is on publishers in Europe and across the globe to provide a high-quality viewing experience for consumers, but they cannot do so without consistent, accurate, real-time measurement which is also critical to grow and monetize their streaming business in a highly competitive environment.”
Connected TV Devices Continue to Dominate
Connected TV devices dominated Europe as the streaming device of choice maintaining a 32% share of all viewing time. Desktop and tablets saw no change from Q2 2020, still at 14% and 11% share, respectively. Mobile phones gained 1% and smart TVs gained 2%, while gaming consoles dropped in share of viewing time, down 3%. Among big screen viewing in Europe, Samsung TV led with 19% market share followed by Chromecast at 12% and Amazon Fire TV at 11%. This is in contrast to global numbers where Roku held a solid leadership position with 31%.
Europe’s Football Leagues Celebrate Resurgence on Social Media
Q2 2021 was the first quarter since the beginning of 2020 where European sports leagues showed an increase year over year in social posts, videos and engagements. Even as the UEFA Euro 2020 tournament took precedence over league play, European leagues, including Bundesliga, La Liga, Premier League and Serie A showed strong quarter-over-quarter growth, up 68% in social engagements despite only increasing videos by 2% and posts by 20%.
Streaming Quality Improves
The report also found several facets of streaming quality in Europe improved in Q2 2021, with video start failures down 12% for the continent year over year, led by eastern Europe with a 21% improvement in video start failures. Picture quality also improved, with bitrate up 43% in Europe overall led by southern Europe with a 51% increase. Quality of streaming ads improved significantly in Q2 2021, with only 16% of ads around the world representing missed opportunities (ads that went unfilled or failed to play as expected), down from 37% the previous quarter. While global ad attempts dropped 8% from Q1 to Q2 2021, more attempts were successful, resulting in a 4% increase overall in ad impressions. What’s more, in Q2 2021, viewers spent 31% less time waiting for ads to play and ad duration decreased 3% to 27 seconds.
The full report can be downloaded here.
Data for Conviva’s State of Streaming report was primarily collected from Conviva’s proprietary sensor technology currently embedded in 3.3 billion streaming video applications, measuring in excess of 500 million unique viewers watching 180 billion streams per year with nearly 2 trillion real-time transactions per day across more than 180 countries. Year-over-year comparisons were normalized at the customer level for accurate representations of industry growth. The social media data consists of data from over 2000 accounts, over 5 million posts, 12.5 billion video views and over 35 billion engagements across Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and YouTube.
Conviva is the intelligence cloud for streaming media. Powered by our patented Stream Sensor™ and Stream ID™, our real-time platform enables marketers, advertisers, tech ops, engineering and customer care teams to build, engage and monetize their audiences. Conviva is dedicated to supporting brands like CCTV, DAZN, Disney+, Hulu, Paramount+, Peacock, Sky, Sling TV, TED and WarnerMedia as they unlock the incredible opportunity in streaming media. Today our platform processes nearly 2 trillion streaming data events daily, supporting more than 500 million unique viewers watching 180 billion streams per year across 3.3 billion applications streaming on devices. Conviva ensures digital businesses of all sizes can stream better—every stream, every screen, every second. To learn more, visit www.conviva.com.
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