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VAB: Cord-cutting is economic phenomenon

The Video Advertising Bureau (VAB) claims that cord-cutting is caused by consumer’s economic difficukties rather than onslaught of direct-to-consumer video choices. A VAB white paper states that the 625,000 Americans…

Ziggo biggest loser as Dutch pay-TV subs drop

Ziggo biggest loser as Dutch pay-TV subs drop

The Dutch pay-TV market lost 17,000 connections during Q2, to end the quarter with 7.85 million subscribers. The decline was mainly due to Ziggo losing customers, according to Telecompaper’s quarterly…

Australia: Online video delivering for marketers

Australia: Online video delivering for marketers

The television viewing experience has changed forever according to research released by IAB Australia . The research explores new ground in the ongoing dramatic shift on consumers’ television viewing habits…

Netflix leads SVoD in France

Netflix leads SVoD in France

One year after its launch, Netflix is gaining strength in France, both in terms of content and subscribers, while its main rival Canalplay in the SVoD market is stagnating, reveals…

Tablet screen sizes getting bigger

Large screen sizes are gaining favor as the Tablet transforms into a productivity device, with shipments growing 185 per cent year-on-year in 2015. According to a Strategy Analytics’ Tablet &…

FreeWheel: Primetime is now anytime

FreeWheel: Primetime is now anytime

FreeWheel – a provider of video ad management solutions for media companies – has released the findings from its Q2 Video Monetization Report, an analysis piece that examines the state…

Smartphones account for over 1 in 5 video ad views

FreeWheel’s Q2 Video Monetization Report has revealed that 38 per cent of monetisation this quarter came from outside desktop and laptop environments. This growing share is driven by smartphones and…

Half US Internet homes own connected TV device

Half US Internet homes own connected TV device

The CE industry reached a milestone in the second quarter with half of US Internet homes now owning a Connected TV device. This includes connected TVs, video game consoles, streaming…

Binge-watching tops summer activities

Binge-watching tops summer activities

Streaming of TV shows is replacing traditional summer activities such as reading, cinema trips, board games and dozing in the sun according to a study from Miner & Co. Studio.…

DTH leads HD boom in the SAARC region

The high-definition television (HDTV) segment in the SAARC region is expected to boom over the next three years, according to a research report published by Dataxis. The report notes that…

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