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Home Entertainment

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    Streaming services rethink business models to generate more revenue. Consumers remain overwhelmed by choice, instead opting for old favorites or social video. A Mintel Analyst, Global Analyst ..."
    “The pandemic has taken a toll on home entertaining, with fewer people gathering and fewer occasions celebrated in 2022 than in 2019. There are key segments of the population who are eager to entertain, however, including parents with kids under 18. Encouraging these consumers to celebrate even small occasions can..."
    “Gaming is already an entertainment industry juggernaut, and gaming-inspired entertainment serves to further reinforce that appeal for fans. Film production studios need to be mindful of fans’ expectations, but those fans will happily ignore negative critics to go see their favorite characters on the big screen.” – Brian Benway, Gaming and..."
    “Despite flashy new home entertainment tech innovations, consumers are hesitant to make any major upgrades. While ultra-high-definition televisions and newest generation gaming consoles are imagined to be the ultimate desire for Canadians, this is not necessarily the truth. When it comes to buying new tech for the home, cost and..."
    “As more consumers continue to cut the cord on traditional media, they have added more streaming services. However, as costs increase and services compete for finite time and household entertainment budgets, consumers may take a second look at the value their subscriptions deliver and opt to make cuts. Services should..."
    “Subscription service participation accelerated throughout the pandemic as consumers turned to subscriptions for convenient bulk-buying and enjoyment at home. In 2022, the market is saturated with options while consumers are scaling back spending due to inflation. To keep up momentum and stave off cancellations, brands must strengthen the overall value..."
    “Canada likes consuming video content. While linear TV once reigned supreme, on-demand streaming services now corner the market. When deciding what to subscribe to, Canadians are motivated by two major factors: cost and content. Consumers are drawn to quality content and appreciate the choice of tiered subscription models.”– Candace..."
    “Listeners keep tuning in to streaming audio, particularly now that the term ‘tuning in’ itself is becoming less and less relevant. Streaming audio services have grown consistently with a few key players dominating the space. Most adults pay for ad-free listening, but there are still key opportunities for brands to..."
    “COVID-19 has been a transformative event for streaming video, leading to significant investment by both media companies and consumers. Studios have committed to shorter theatrical windows, and more content exclusively for their streaming platforms, and consumers have responded by increasing their spending in the category to $31.4 billion. Streaming services..."
    “Traditional channels of video entertainment such as cable and satellite continue to steadily decline, as they struggle to compete with the convenience and cost of on-demand internet-based streaming services. However, as consumers expand the repertoire of video streaming services they subscribe to, cost concerns arise. For operators in the video..."
    “The COVID-19 pandemic forced consumers to re-evaluate their relationships with their homes and has spurred wider investment into their home-entertainment devices and services. From ultra-high-definition TVs, next-gen video game consoles to wireless speaker systems, consumers are embracing new digital innovations that elevate the home experience and will continue to seek..."
    “Most consumers are using major music streaming services for free, presenting a challenge for operators, but an opportunity for advertisers to reach a wide audience through such platforms. Several factors will drive consumers to subscribe to a music streaming service, including early releases, exclusive content and information about artists. Brands..."
    “The year 2020 has seen entertaining at home shift from a timeless, fun, relaxing social activity to something that has caused many consumers anxiety about both their safety and the law. Yet as challenging as this time has been, it has also illustrated how vital in-person get-togethers are to Canadians...."
    “Streaming technology has revolutionized how consumers find and listen to content. Music streaming is increasingly replacing music ownership, podcasts are increasingly replacing talk radio, and audiobooks have never been more accessible to consumers. The streaming audio market, supported primarily through premium subscriptions and advertising, continues to grow and offer value..."
    “Humans are social animals, driven by a need to connect with others. Ideally, these interactions would occur in person, but the current pandemic is disrupting social gatherings of all sorts. At the same time, it is making consumers more aware of the importance of their personal relationships. Brands and businesses..."
    "Global gaming revenue estimated to reach $152.1 billion by the end of 2019, representing 66% growth from 2015. While only representing a fraction of the market, the US gaming market is growing in tandem with global expectations. In 2019, the US even gained some share on the dominant APAC market...."