2020 has been a year of further disruption, diversification and evolution in the US video entertainment sector. The pandemic has further accelerated shifting structural trends, providing a stimulus for the development of new or more recent business models, include D2C services, AVoD and PVoD, whilst also bringing about one of the biggest changes in recent years to the way major movies are released. However, as in all countries, whilst digital video consumption continues to increases, the polarizing fortunes of different sectors is evident, from the booming SVoD and transactional digital catalogue video sectors to the challenged Box Office and Pay-TV sectors.
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