United States – Motion Pictures & Series – Pay-1 & SVOD

United States: Pay-1 and SVOD Distribution Rates for Motion Pictures & Episodic Television

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Download rate cards and principal agreement terms granting exhibition rights to transmit Motion Pictures and Television Series content in the United States via premium SVOD and PayTV.

Film and Series distribution rates and terms deriving from multiple agreements for rights to transmit films and episodic television via PayTV and SVOD in the US.

When published there were over a dozen of SVOD services in the US, including Prime Video, Netflix, Apple TV+, Disney+, Hulu, Max, and Peacock.

United States – Licensing Term & Included Programs:

Principal Terms and Rate Cards for Film and Series Exhibited via SVOD in the United States. You’ll Also Get Access to Insights from a Pay-1 Deal for Motion Pictures.

  • Pay-1 Motion Pictures: Eighteen months after theatrical releases between 2005-2013, 2014-2016, and 2013-2021
  • SVOD Motion Pictures: First Run Feature Films, Second Window Features, Recent Library Features (Tiers AAA, A, B, C), Library Features (Tiers AAA, A, B, C), Current and Premium Made-For-TV Films and Direct-To-Video Films, covering two three-year licensing periods from January 2017-2019 and January 2019-2022
  • SVOD Episodic TV: Current, Current Premium, Premium Catalog (1HR & 1/2HR), Catalog Series (1HR & 1/2HR), and Catalog Miniseries + Case Studies on Current Mega Hit, Catalog Mega Hit, and Premium Catalog, covering many licensing terms from 2012-2024
  • Because most-favored-nation rates operate in practice, the rates and terms apply to a diverse range of content and distributors worldwide in multiple availability windows.