Netflix and China SVOD Rates: Accurately project streaming revenue for Netflix in the U.S. and iQiyi in China with access to licensing values.
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Censorship and foreign content restrictions will limit Netflix’s ability to transition their licensing agreement with iQiyi into a meaningful foothold.
Since launching in 2010, iQiyi has accumulated the most paid SVOD subscribers in China, however, calculating an accurate subscriber base is challenging.
China’s iQiyi online video service entered into a streaming output agreement with Warner Brothers.
Lionsgate entered into a long-term content licensing agreement with iQiyi in November 2016 for upcoming features and select library films.
In a shocking spectacle of insider dealing, the Chairman of Baidu, along with others announced plans in February 2016 to buyout iQiyi from Baidu for $2.3B.
China’s online video market is massive: there are 660 million internet users, and 75% of those consume video content online. However, the SVOD model is new.