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Analysis: Turks prolific viewers of mobile video

In a 13-country study by Ampere Analysis, Turkish Internet users are revealed as prolific smartphone viewers of online video content. More than three quarters (76 per cent) of respondents in…

Entertainment giants form anti-piracy alliance

Entertainment giants form anti-piracy alliance

Thirty leading content creators and on-demand entertainment companies from around the world have launched the Alliance for Creativity and Entertainment (ACE), a global coalition dedicated to protecting the dynamic legal…

Research: With no pay-TV, cord-cutters watch more OTT

There have been many studies about pay-TV cord-cutters, but a lot of analysis relies on self-reported survey data that can’t fully measure important details about viewing behaviour. comScore has now…

Altice and Netflix agree content deal

Altice and Netflix agree content deal

Telecoms, content and advertising group Altice has agreed a multi-year partnership with Netflix which will lead to Netflix’s content being made available to Altice customers into all eligible devices in…

EU Council adopts portability rules  

The Council of the European Union has adopted new rules to allow consumers who paid for online content services in their home country to access them when visiting another country…

Report: OTT transforming N. American pay-TV

Evolving consumer expectations and habits, along with a significant increase in on-demand content consumption, pricing pressures driven by new OTT offerings and simplified access to pirated streaming services, are driving…

Cable Europe welcomes subscription portability

Trade association Cable Europe has welcomed the adoption of new rules which will enable cable customers to access their cable subscription, their favourite TV show or live football match whilst…

Millennials unable to identify network behind programmes

Millennials unable to identify network behind programmes

Advertising agency Anatomy has released its 2017 The Young and The Brandless report, which provides an in-depth look at the media consumption, content discovery habits and network brand recognition capabilities…

Analyst: Netflix to reach 128m subs by 2022

Analyst: Netflix to reach 128m subs by 2022

Digital TV Research forecasts that Netflix will have 128 million subscribers by 2022, up by 44 per cent from 89 million at end-2016. The Netflix Forecasts report estimates that the…

DigiWorld report: The realities of digital economy market growth

DigiWorld has published its annual DigiWorld Yearbook, delivering insights on industry events, mapping out possible futures, and providing the latest figures on the many markets that will be transformed by…