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Video on Demand

Video on Demand

Subscription Video on Demand (SVoD) refers to a service that gives users access to a wide range of programs for fixed periodic fees often subject to free trials and other promotions.  The number of SVoD subscribers worldwide is expected to reach 700 million in 2023.

Authenticated Video on Demand, also known as authenticated streaming or TV Everywhere, are additions to conventional cable or satellite TV subscriptions.  Subscribers can access VOD content by entering authentication code provided by their participating pay TV providers on their streaming devices. 

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Virtual Multichannel Video Programming Distributor

Virtual Multichannel Video Programing Distributor (vMVPD) provides multiple television channels through the Internet without supplying its own data transport infrastructure (i.e. coaxial cable, fiber, or satellite technology).  vMVPDS are sometimes referred to as “skinny bundles” as they often contain fewer channels than a traditional cable or satellite subscription.  The number  of vMVPD subscribers in the U.S. is expected to grow to 70 million by 2023. 

Video on Demand

Advertising Video on Demand offers free VOD content in exchange for viewing commercials.  This allows companies that advertise on broadcast and cable channels to reach people who watch shows using advertising VOD. 

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Video on Demand

Transactional Video on Demand (TVoD) is a distribution method by which customers pay for each individual VOD content.  Sometimes the customers obtain limited rights to view the VOD content that may be accessed and viewed, but not downloaded or further copied. 

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