Newsletter 14th of September


14 September 2022

This week, we focus on the following topics:

  • Disney Plus celebrates 2 years in the Nordics
  • HBO triumphs at Emmy Awards (again)
  • 1 million households subscribe to an audiobook service – but customer turnover is challenging

Content Analysis

This analysis maps and analyses all on-demand content available on streaming services in the Nordics and its impact on consumption, actors, and market dynamics. It focuses on the interplay between supply and demand and thus provides a solid foundation for decision-making within content strategy and related areas.

Yousee will raise prices in 2023


Netflix partners with Ubisoft to create mobile games


Pluto TV is adding seven new free channels


SVT’s election watch reached more than 4 million viewers


Netflix and Scen & Film extend their partnership



HBO triumphs at Emmy Awards (again)


HBO came out on top with the most wins at the 74th annual Emmy Awards, held in Los Angeles on Monday. HBO doubled their 19 wins from last year, picking up a total of 38 awards at this year’s gala. Among these wins, the limited series “The White Lotus” picked up a total of 10 statues, including best directing and writing. Other winners from HBO’s catalogue were “Euphoria”, picking up six statuettes and “Succession” receiving the prize for Outstanding Drama Series for the second time.


Netflix did not walk out empty handed, as they finished second in total Emmy wins by platform. The most successful among Netflix’s programs were “Squid Game” which collected six prizes, including best actor in a drama series for star Lee Jung-Jae. “Stranger Things” scored four awards as Netflix received a total of 26 wins.


Other mentionable winners are Apple TV Plus’ comedy series “Ted Lasso”, scoring four wins, including the best comedy series.



C more‘s first original norwegian series premeires soon


Viaplay‘s latest original “Veronika” stars Alexandra Rapaport


Warner Bros. Discovery ‘firing up’ third-party distribution


Cineworld files for US bankruptcy


C More secures a three-year contract with the NFL


Insikt: Ljudmarknad


This analysis provides in-depth understanding of the entire audio market – including audiobooks, music, podcasts, and radio. The analysis focuses on the digital transformation of both listening and consumer payments, on both aggregated and actor specific levels.

Bauer Media launches RadioPlay Premium in Finland


Spotify’s CFO says audiobook testing will begin “very soon”


TuneIn to collaborate with Cumulus Media


Schibsted invests in soundtech startup Nomono


Sony Music Group fully exits Russia


Mediavision in the News


1,7 mio. nordiske husstande har abonnement på Disney Plus – Media Watch


Disney Plus celebrates 2 years in the Nordics with 1.7 million households – Broadband TV News


Efter två år – Disney Plus når 1,7 miljoner hushåll – Dagens Media


Disney+ Reaches 1.7 Million Nordic Subs in Two Years – Media Play News


Nya siffror: Så många kunder byter ljudbokstjänst – Svensk Bokhandel


Då slås HBO Max samman med Discovery Plus – Di Digital


Sweden: Streaming services soar despite economic concern – Advanced Television


Sweden boasts more streaming subscriptions than ever – Cineuropa

Industry Events


IBC: 9-12 September 2022, Amsterdam, Netherlands


Future of TV Advertising Canada: 14 September 2022, Toronto, Canada


Bokmässan: 22-25 September 2022, Göteborg, Sweden


MIPJunior: 15-16 October 2022, Cannes, France


MIPCOM: 17-20 October 2022, Cannes, France


Filmfestival: 27-05 January/February 2022, Göteborg, Sweden


* Mediavision will attend
** Mediavision will present