SEASIDE, Calif., April 21, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- AccuStream Research on-demand data and analytics services are expanding in 2015 to include complete, all-inclusive access to extensive libraries of digital video views (1998 – 2014).
Customized searches and sorts can be supplied against multiple pre-selected classifications and groupings comprising site, service provider, event, publisher, broadcaster, syndicator, pure-play internet or cross-platform programmer.
Searchable fields allow historical-to-present day digital video viewing pattern assessments annually, by month, unique users, content type (i.e. music, news, sports, television, entertainment, movies, whether professionally produced and hosted or UGC), long-form and short-form episodic.
Digital video viewing databases are designed to reveal CAGR growth rates associated with video content supported by in-stream advertising, subscription services and pricing models, subscribers, desktop, mobile/tablet usage, CDN relationships or affiliations and platform services partners. All pre-selected data modules are provided in spreadsheet format.
Digital video databases reach back seventeen years and chronicle a remarkably ascendant market.
Hundreds of billions of views define the emergence, then accelerated adoption and now pervasive scale of on-demand publishing initiatives keeping pace with a screen deep world, further fueled by audiences opting for choice-based scheduling.
Content share shifts can be analyzed at discreet levels across time periods, from the primitive, halting postage stamp viewing frame era, to the dazzling full-screen, HD digital video viewing experience of today.
The industry's trials with cross-platform programming events, internet only extravaganzas, moving digital video behind pay walls, adoption of the broadcast monetization model and appetite of users to navigate through fits and starts of an on-demand video industry being born are captured in data.
As the industry's achievements continue to multiply, they amplify the necessity of understanding what viewers vote for with every stream click. "Digital video's advance marks the way toward conversational, entertainment and knowledge information prominence in the 21st Century," remarked research director Paul A. Palumbo.
AccuStream Research (http://www.accustreamresearch.com) produces investment grade research bridging digital video, internet music radio, download entertainment, digital video/audio advertising/spend, video and mobile adtech platform revenue and M & A valuations, ecosystem surveys and support, CDN and integrated media optimization software, ecosystem integrator services, and conducts AvailPlay audience experience, digital diary and video impression monitoring services on-demand.
SOURCE AccuStream Research