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BBC delivers 4.5m Euro 2016 alerts

BBC delivers 4.5m Euro 2016 alerts

In the first major event since the BBC laid out its vision for a more personalised service in the digital era, the Corporation has revealed how audiences are taking advantage…

Multiscreen study: Broadcasters need right content at right time

While habits on connected and mobile devices are progressing, the video market is in a phase of fast mutation and restructuring according to Eurodata TV Worldwide. TV broadcasters now have…

Canada: VoD continues to struggle

Canada: VoD continues to struggle

The Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission has released statistical and financial information on Canadian specialty TV services (pay-TV, VoD, PPV) for the broadcast year ending August 31st 2015. In 2015,…

Report: Netflix efficiencies reduce traffic load

Report: Netflix efficiencies reduce traffic load

The latest Global Internet Phenomena Report from intelligent broadband network solutions provider Sandvine suggests that efforts by Netflix to compress its video library have led to a decline in traffic…

Spain: FTTH nearing 4m lines

Fibre-to-the home (FTTH) is significantly growing in Spain with a rise of 1.7 million year-on-year to reach 3.8 million lines as of April 30th. The latest figures from Spain’s competition…

European films better VoD distribution than national

The European Audiovisual Observatory has just released its latest European film circulation figures for the cinema and VoD industries in the form of a new report: How do films circulate…

More OTT content drives cord cutting

More OTT content drives cord cutting

As consumers find themselves with a wider variety of OTT content options, price is becoming less of a factor in the decision to cut the cord with pay-TV providers while…

Less than third of teens would pay for content

Amdocs, a provider of customer experience solutions, has announced the results of a global study into the digital DNA, behaviour and expectations of today’s teenagers (aged 15-18 years old). The…

Researchers expose risks of free live-streaming

Millions of people use free live-streaming websites to watch sports and other live events online, but this comes with a considerable security risk. Researchers from KU Leuven-iMinds and Stony Brook…

YouTube still most watched VoD service in UK

YouTube still most watched VoD service in UK

As the subscriber base of SVoD services continues to grow (9 million subscriptions in the UK, 91 million subscriptions in the US), social video platform YouTube still enjoys the biggest…

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