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Study: Cyberlockers profiting from content thieves

Digital Citizens Alliance – a coalition of consumers, businesses, and Internet experts focused on educating the public and policymakers on the threats people from all walks of life face on the Internet – has just released a new report, Behind the Cyberlocker Door: A Report on How Shadowy Businesses Use Credit Card Companies to Make Millions. Drawing on new research […]

Netflix to boost German video revenues to €7.4bn

Total consumer spend on video entertainment in Germany will increase by 2 per cent in 2014 to over €6.9 billion after 5 per cent growth in 2013, and is on course to reach a total of €7.4 billion by 2018, according to findings from research and knowledge-based consulting company Futuresource Consulting. This growth is primarily being driven by the continued […]

Nearly 1bn Connected TVs by 2020

The number of TV sets connected to the Internet will reach 965 million by 2020, up from 103 million at end-2010 and the 339 million expected at end-2014, according to a new report from Digital TV Research. Covering 51 countries, the Connected TV Forecasts report estimates

Economists: Anti-piracy measures could drive up costs

The changes proposed in the Australian government’s discussion paper on online copyright infringement have the potential to impose costs that greatly exceed their benefits, according to two of Australia’s leading economists. In a joint submission the Online Copyright Infringement Discussion Paper, Professor

CEA unveils new logos for 4K UHD displays

US trade body the Consumer Electronics Association (CEA) has unveiled new logos to designate 4K Ultra High-Definition TVs, monitors and projectors for the home that meet CEA’s voluntary core characteristics for 4K Ultra HD display products announced earlier this year. As devised by CEA’s Ultra HD Communications Working Group and approved without any objections by CEA’s Video Division Board, the […]

Mobile video viewing up 127%

As faster wireless networks are built around the globe to provide higher bandwidth for smart devices, mobile viewership continues to rise, notes premium video publishing, analytics and monetisation specialist Ooyala. Data in Ooyala’s Q2 2014 Global Video Index Report reveals that

Survey: OTT in Emerging Markets

SPB TV, a provider of end-to-end OTT TV, IPTV and mobile TV solutions, released the OTT TV Survey 2014. SPB TV’s Co-Founder Sebastian-Justus Schmidt announced the survey outcomes, sharing developments in the fast-growing consumer base of OTT TV users in emerging markets. Among interesting findings are

Report: Premium Video more Programmatic

According to the more than 350 media and marketing professionals surveyed for Adap.tv’s 2014 US Video State of Industry report, programmatic video advertising is maturing beyond its real-time bidding roots. More than half of publishers surveyed said

A+E, Cisco collaborate on ratings

A+E Network and Cisco announced that they have successfully integrated and tested the Nielsen ID3 tagging as an essential component of being able to track viewing patterns for mobile screen services. The added capability of Nielsen ID3 tagging will help other media companies, broadcasters and service providers better track TV viewing patterns and ratings across

Viacom: Multi-screen viewership boosts fandom and loyalty

Findings from a recent Viacom study – Getting With the Program: TV’s Funnels, Paths and Hurdles – exploring how audiences discover, watch and become fans of TV shows, reveal that the proliferation of devices and sources is having a positive impact on viewership and fandom. Additionally, multi-screen viewers

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