Powering the TV Industry
Capturing TV content consumption and engagement from billions of fans around the world, Parrot Analytics’ demand measurement platform provides unprecedented insights into global cross-platform, country-specific audience demand for television content.
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Join media’s smartest minds — in every continent
drive $25 billion in content transactions
THE GLOBAL TV
Daily Demand Data
Answer business questions in real time
See daily audience demand data for any title in any country. Get show performance before launch, during airing and in the off-season. Track the impact of your and your competitors’ marketing campaigns in real time.
For All Content
Understand the television business in its entirety
Assess the demand for all types of content. Compare titles across languages, genres, long form vs short form or any combination your business needs to track in order to stay ahead of the curve in the markets you care about.
Across All Platforms
See through SVOD competitors and partners
Understand demand for all content regardless of the platform it appears on in any given country. Compare how your content is doing against linear, cable, SVOD and AVOD partners and competitors around the world.
In All Countries
Compare content demand across countries
Gain valuable country-specific insights into individual programmes and overall content trends worldwide. Stand out by knowing the demand for content in any country before it even airs!
Driving industry thought leadership
"One strike against 'One Day at a Time' may have been that it didn't have a strong international audience, according to data from Parrot Analytics"
Mar 14, 2019
"'La Casa de Papel' soon became the service’s most-watched non-English-language series. In April 2018, it even topped Stranger Things’ streams in the US and worldwide."
Mar 13, 2019
“Welcome to the new Oscar math, where worth is measured not by box office receipts but by subscribers won or lost, based on future living-room blockbusters.”
Feb 22, 2019
"During the NATPE Miami international content market it was revealed that The Walking Dead and Stranger Things were the most in-demand series in the world for 2018, according to Parrot Analytics."
Jan 22, 2019
"Observers increasingly believe it is inevitable that the era of bundled streamers is near as households tire of paying an average $107 a month for cable."
Jan 10, 2019
“Their audience demand measurement system goes far beyond the days of surveys and utilizes big data and AI to look at the numerous ways consumers express their demand for content.”
Aug 28, 2018
“The most recent event on February 20th is causing demand for Empire in the US to jump by about the same amount as a new Empire episode.”
Feb 22, 2019
"Netflix will generate 50% of U.S. audience content demand with its own original content beginning in October 2019."
Dec 13, 2018
“Right now, Netflix has the most popular digital originals globally, releasing seven of the 10 most in-demand series worldwide in the last 90 days, according to research firm Parrot Analytics.”
Nov 20, 2018
"Cobra Kai, which is based on the Karate Kid franchise, topped Parrot Analytics' weekly top 10 television charts for digital originals last week."
May 16, 2018
"Money Heist" is the most-watched foreign-language series ever on Netflix, and "Elite" has been ranked by audience measurement company Parrot Analytics as the most-viewed series in the world.
Feb 6, 2019
“Streaming networks are discovering that one of the best ways to keep parents paying their subscriptions is to get their kids hooked on shows exclusive to their platforms.”
Nov 18, 2018
“'Cobra Kai', a TV offshoot of the ‘Karate Kid’ film franchise, has outperformed all of its streaming competition, according to data provided to Variety by Parrot Analytics.”
May 15, 2018
"Even though Fox, FX and FXX shows account for a small percentage of Netflix’s overall catalog, Parrot Analytics revealed that demand for these programs was twice as high as a typical Netflix show."
Dec 14, 2017
"Disney will also be withdrawing its past and present content from Netflix in the months ahead. That effectively reduced the Marvel shows on Netflix to the corporate equivalent of refugees."
Dec 04, 2018
“’The Grand Tour’ cost about half of the yearly prime membership of those who signed up, but those customers would also end up spending more money with Amazon in general."
Apr 08, 2018
“Parrot’s Demand Expressions does not claim to measure viewers, but rather the relative strength and popularity of a show — coming up with a new global measurement standard that is new to the world.”
Nov 10, 2018
"What will Netflix do to fill the hole in its content library, once Disney and WarnerMedia claw back their movies and television shows for their own on-demand services?"
Oct 16, 2018
“Hulu may actually hold a 50 percent advantage in demand per subscriber over Netflix. Their catalog is also generating near identical interest overall.”
Jan 24, 2018
“Netflix shows need to find a different way to fuel the conversational fire, and its sleeper hit successes indicate a model for a binge-able show with lasting power.”
May 09, 2017
Defining the standard for content value across the TV industry
See how demand data is the authoritative currency to use for your business:
The Global TV Demand Awards at NATPE Miami 2019
Parrot Analytics and NATPE hosted the first ever data-driven global TV Demand Awards on January 22. We revealed the most popular TV series of 2018 using global TV demand data. That's right - no judges, and no voting committees.
Denise Huth, Josh McDermitt and Pollyanna McIntosh receive the 2018 Global TV Demand Award for the most in-demand TV series for the "The Walking Dead" at Fontainebleau Hotel on January 22, 2019 in Miami Beach, Florida. (Photo by John Parra/Getty Images for Parrot Analytics).
Referenced as the authoritative global standard
Driving industry thought leadership
- Parrot Analytics Partners With Guinness World Records to Rank Most Popular TV Series
To identify the most in-demand TV series and digital original series in the world, Guinness World Records™ has partnered with…Read More
- Andrew Wallenstein: It’s Code Red for the Broadcast Networks
The following editorial has been published in a recent edition of Variety magazine, by Andrew Wallenstein, Co-Editor-in-Chief, Variety: “As we head…Read More