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Euro 2016 record streaming traffic

Euro 2016 record streaming traffic

Despite its regional nature, the ongoing UEFA Euro 2016 football tournament will drive record levels of Internet traffic, according to Ian Munford, director of product marketing, media solutions, Akamai, who…

Third of Irish adults would ditch TV licence

Irish adults are considering scrapping their TV licences as online TV viewing increases, Pure Telecom has found. The telco commissioned a survey that revealed more than one-third of adults would…

UKTV strikes Virgin Media deal

Multichannel broadcaster UKTV has agreed what it describes as a “landmark” deal with quad-play operator Virgin Media, giving Virgin Media customers access to more UKTV shows than on any other…

Fries: ‘Brexit would threaten our investment’

Fries: ‘Brexit would threaten our investment’

Mike Fries, CEO of Liberty Global, has warned that the company would seriously reconsider future investment in the UK if it votes to leave the EU. Liberty Global, owns Virgin…

HomeGrid: “G.hn key to ultra-broadband experience”

Speaking at BroadbandTV in Nashville, Donna Yasay, President of HomeGrid Forum, told the audience that G.hn is the number one technology to fulfil the needs for an in-home ultra-broadband experience,…

23% millennials are OTT-only broadband homes

Parks Associates research finds that 23 per cent of millennial heads of household are OTT-only households, higher than the national average of 15 per cent among all US broadband households.…

UK let down by slow broadband

Parts of Britain are being left behind on access to online services because of slow broadband according to research by King’s College London, who say that many of the regions…

Survey: Indy prodcos struggling with connectivity

A survey of how independent production companies view their connectivity services, undertaken by the Digital Production Partnership (DPP), has found most companies are still relying upon low cost, consumer broadband.…

Netflix Speed Index: US ISPs “very good” quality

Netflix has released May data for the Netflix ISP Speed Index, its monthly update on which ISPs provide the best prime-time Netflix streaming experience. Highlights include: In the US, performance…

Kantar Media online TV data for Netherlands

Kantar Media online TV data for Netherlands

The Netherlands TV industry body Stichting KijkOnderzoek (SKO) is now reporting online TV ratings data for campaigns and commercials. Working in partnership with Kantar Media, SKO is the first TV…