DIGITAL TV & VIDEO: MARKET SUMMARY & KEY TAKEAWAYS

| December 13, 2017

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This infographic charts advertising spend on Free Video on Demand (FVOD) services, and revenues for Over the Top (OTT) Video service providers. The US and Europe together account for more than half of all FVOD advertising spend, while OTT Video revenues are projected to double to $120 billion by 2022.

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