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eMarketer: 88% of UK under 4s watch online video

In its latest UK social network usage forecast, eMarketer expects digital video viewing from the under 4s to help drive up Internet usage this year. It also expects Facebook and…

EU agrees content portability

EU agrees content portability

With Andrus Ansip, EC Vice-President in charge of the Digital Single Market, describing it as “a new important step” in breaking down barriers in the Digital Single Market, Europeans will…

FandangoNOW in HBO digital download deal

FandangoNOW in HBO digital download deal

Premium on-demand video service FandangoNOW has struck a new relationship with HBO Home Entertainment to make HBO content available for purchase via digital download on FandangoNOW. Individual episodes and seasons…

Podcast-first programmes from 5 live

BBC Radio 5 live has signed former England cricket captain Andrew ‘Freddie’ Flintoff to host a new podcast as the station launches a series of podcast-first programmes. Flintoff is teaming…

PayPal: Mobile driving content transactions

PayPal: Mobile driving content transactions

Digital payments platform PayPal has released the second wave of its Digital Goods Economy Survey, which looks at the attitudes, habits, and behaviours of the digital media consumer across the…

Global home video spend $251.5bn

Futuresource Consulting’s annual evaluation of the health and shape of global home video entertainment, detailing the macro trends of 2016, in addition to insights for 2017 and beyond, indicates that…

US Millennials most likely cord-cutters

According to GfK MRI’s Survey of the American Consumer, when it comes to TV and video content, Millennials refuse to be tied down – with cable cords, telephone wires, or…

Australia: Beach, office are big for sports streaming

Research from Optus has found that 39 per cent of Australians live stream sports on the go, confirming Australia’s undeniable passion for sport and unwavering commitment to catching all the…

Nielsen: More time on social media

Research from Neilsen reveals that more time than ever before is being spent using social media. “With the ubiquity of the smartphone – now firmly in the hands of over…

US home entertainment spend tops $18bn

US home entertainment spend tops $18bn

US entertainment trade body DEG: The Digital Entertainment Group has released its year-end 2016 Home Entertainment Report compiled by DEG members, tracking sources and retail input. Preliminary figures suggest…