Netflix now has so many programs & # 39; s that you can watch it almost non-stop four almost four years without incurring episodes.
- Service has 32,600 hours of movies and series compared to Amazon & # 39; s 22,600
- For comparison, BBC iPlayer has only 5,100 and ITV Hub has only 2,950 in total
- iPlayer hopes to be able to compete by canceling the catch-up service for on-demand sites
Netflix viewers could watch the & # 39; s programs of the platform non-stop for almost four years without abandoning episodes.
The service offers 32,600 hours of films and TV series, compared to the 8,746 hours that fill a year, show figures released yesterday.
The biggest competitor is Amazon Prime Video, but that is considerably behind 22,600 hours to offer customers. Now TV is the third player with 12,600 hours.
Netflix now has so many shows that you can watch it non-stop for almost four years and are still not ready
Streaming services are faster than UK channels, with BBC iPlayer with just 5,100 hours and ITV Hub 2,950.
All 4 are doing considerably better than its competitors, with 10,120 hours since the pocket money rights to box sets, The Times reports.
The figures emerged after calculations from Ampere Analysis, which reported on-demand services in the UK for the regulator Ofcom.
The watchdog assesses the competition and decides on the BBC's proposal to hold shows on iPlayer for a year after being shown on TV for the first time. Most are already taken from the on-demand website after 30 days.
Bosses at the BBC are trying to transform the site from a catch-up service to an on-demand platform to compete with larger organizations.
Research from Ampere showed that films make up 30 percent of the amount of content on Netflix and Amazon.
BBC iPlayer tries to overtake its competitors by offering an on-demand service instead of just a catch-up service
Even when this large portion of the content is discounted, the companies have on average three times as much content as online services from UK broadcasters.
Over the past two years, the number of British shows and films on Netflix has risen from 595 to 747.
But as more programs are outsourced abroad, the number of British shows has decreased. Only six percent of the titles on iPlayer are produced compared to the UK.
Britbox – a rival of Netflix in the factory as a joint venture between the BBC and ITV – will be released later this year.
It will mainly run classic series, allowing the broadcasters to draw their old shows from Amazon and Netflix.
Ampere suggests that Britbox would still only appeal to 15 percent of British households.
Launched in 2012, Netflix has 10 million subscribers. Amazon has 7.7 million. Although iPlayer is the most used online TV streaming service, its share is declining.
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