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Samsung TV Plus Reports 60% Yoy Jump in Viewing

Samsung TV Plus now offers 300+ channels in the U.S., plus global content and feature updates like 5.2 which includes dedicated kids and music destinations, holiday titles, seasonal playlists and more. Major news networks are available, as well as multicultural channels like Ebony TV with beloved films and titles.

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Samsung Ads’ Behind the Screens Report Examines the Rise of Ad-funded Streaming

A new Samsung Ads’ “Behind the Screens” report found that the decline of ad-free streaming is due to an increasing number of streaming services, sparse wallets, connected TVs and more. 61% of Australians are okay with ads in exchange for free content, while Netflix’s ad-supported tier accounts for 16% of subscriptions worldwide. Ad-funded streaming platforms also offer single show channels, 15% of them dedicated to sports.A new Samsung Ads’ “Behind the Screens” report found that the decline of ad-free streaming is due to an increasing number of streaming services, sparse wallets, connected TVs and more. 61% of Australians are okay with ads in exchange for free content, while Netflix’s ad-supported tier accounts for 16% of subscriptions worldwide. Ad-funded streaming platforms also offer single show channels, 15% of them dedicated to sports.

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vMVPD Apps Grab 70% of CTV Device Ad Spend, Hulu Leads N.A. CTV Developers

Pixalate’s Q2 2023 report revealed that vMVPD apps (eg Hulu, Philo and Pluto TV) accounted for 70% of global ad spend on leading smart TVs. On Roku and Samsung TV, Hulu had 44% and 29% revenue share, respectively. On Amazon Fire TV, Philo was the leader with 16%, followed by Hulu (15%) and Pluto (8%). Invalid Traffic rates were lower in these apps compared to non-vMVPDs.Pixalate’s Q2 2023 report revealed that vMVPD apps (eg Hulu, Philo and Pluto TV) accounted for 70% of global ad spend on leading smart TVs. On Roku and Samsung TV, Hulu had 44% and 29% revenue share, respectively. On Amazon Fire TV, Philo was the leader with 16%, followed by Hulu (15%) and Pluto (8%). Invalid Traffic rates were lower in these apps compared to non-vMVPDs.

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Samsung Announces New Advanced Video Professional (Avp) Codec

Samsung has developed APV codec, which offers lossless video quality and low processing complexity. It supports bitrates from hundreds of Mbps to Gbps, allowing 2K, 4K and 8K content. APV technology on upcoming Samsung phones will support 8K footage, giving greater video quality with 20% less bitrate than Apple’s iPhones.Samsung has developed APV codec, which offers lossless video quality and low processing complexity. It supports bitrates from hundreds of Mbps to Gbps, allowing 2K, 4K and 8K content. APV technology on upcoming Samsung phones will support 8K footage, giving greater video quality with 20% less bitrate than Apple’s iPhones.

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LG Protest Reveals Tip of ATSC 3.0 Iceberg – Next Stop Samsung

The FCC must act to prevent patenting fees for ATSC 3.0 from LG’s suspension of sales leading to Sony and Samsung following suit. Avanci Broadcasting and Via LA’s pools cover 80 and 75 percent of patents respectively, so the FCC should formalize RAND terms to address SEPs.The FCC must act to prevent patenting fees for ATSC 3.0 from LG’s suspension of sales leading to Sony and Samsung following suit. Avanci Broadcasting and Via LA’s pools cover 80 and 75 percent of patents respectively, so the FCC should formalize RAND terms to address SEPs.

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How Samsung TV Plus Aims to Make FAST More Like Everyday TV

Samsung TV Plus currently offers 300 linear channels in the U.S. and 2,000 globally, along with a library of on-demand TV shows and films. Here’s what Nakano had to say about various categories for the FAST what’s resonating, where there’s room for more, and expectations from partners.Samsung TV Plus currently offers 300 linear channels in the U.S. and 2,000 globally, along with a library of on-demand TV shows and films. Here’s what Nakano had to say about various categories for the FAST what’s resonating, where there’s room for more, and expectations from partners.

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Reactions to LG’s ATSC 3.0 Pronouncement Seem to Support Platform’s Future

LG Electronics announced not to include ATSC 3.0 tuners in 2024 models, but Samsung, Sony and Hisense will include it in their products. It merges broadcast with internet for enhanced content and services. OFDM provides better signal quality than ATSC 1.0 and supports H.265 video and Dolby AC-4 sound. 8% of TVs last year were NextGen, but 5 million are expected in 2023 and 10 million by end of 2021.LG Electronics announced not to include ATSC 3.0 tuners in 2024 models, but Samsung, Sony and Hisense will include it in their products. It merges broadcast with internet for enhanced content and services. OFDM provides better signal quality than ATSC 1.0 and supports H.265 video and Dolby AC-4 sound. 8% of TVs last year were NextGen, but 5 million are expected in 2023 and 10 million by end of 2021.

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FAST Revenues to Reach $17bn

Global FAST revenues will reach $17B across 138 countries in 2029, led by the US ($6.5B). Pluto TV, Roku Channel and Samsung TV Plus are expected to drive growth, accounting for nearly 50% of total revenues.Global FAST revenues will reach $17B across 138 countries in 2029, led by the US ($6.5B). Pluto TV, Roku Channel and Samsung TV Plus are expected to drive growth, accounting for nearly 50% of total revenues.

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Samsung TV Plus FAST Consumption Grows to 104% as Platform Surpasses 100 Channels in Australia

Samsung TV Plus has three-folded since 2020, adding over 100 FAST channels in Australia. Active viewing time has grown by 104%, and millions of Aussies have watched free content. It offers entertainment, movies, news, and lifestyle channels, available to everyone.Samsung TV Plus has three-folded since 2020, adding over 100 FAST channels in Australia. Active viewing time has grown by 104%, and millions of Aussies have watched free content. It offers entertainment, movies, news, and lifestyle channels, available to everyone.

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