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TV Everywhere available to 72% of Europe pay-TV subs

TV Everywhere available to 72% of Europe pay-TV subs

TV Everywhere (TVE) – effectively the ability for pay-TV customers to also watch traditional TV offers (DTH, cable, IPTV, terrestrial) on other screens such as PC, smartphones and tablets –…

Just 4% of rural Americans exclusively OTT subs

Numerous reports have been written on the national trend of “cord cutting” in the US, or homes eliminating their cable or satellite service and accessing their television content over the…

Report: IP production benefits OTT over broadcast

UK broadcast industry professional media network Digital Production Partnership (DPP) has released the first ever assessment of where broadcasters, producers and suppliers can expect to see the greatest return on…

Australia: Average 6.4 screens per home

Australia: Average 6.4 screens per home

The Q4 (October-December) 2016 Australian Multi-Screen Report – from Regional TAM, OzTAM and Nielsen – continues to document how growing content, platform and screen choices have caused a gradual shift in the way consumers apportion their viewing across…

UK consumers embracing Ultra-HD

UK consumers embracing Ultra-HD

A survey by the DTG (conducted by Atomik Research) has found that UK consumers are enthusiastic buyers of Ultra HD displays. The DTG, a unique…

59% US pay-TV subs push back when ads use personal data

Parks Associates has released digital media research at the TV Connect Show in London showing that 59 per cent of pay-TV subscribers in US broadband households are bothered by the…

Online ad expenditure to exceed TV this year

Global internet advertising expenditure will grow 13 per cent to reach $205 billion (€189bn) in 2017, according to Zenith’s Advertising Expenditure Forecasts. Internet advertising will attract 36.9 per cent of…

Over 50m DAB receivers now sold worldwide

Over 50m DAB receivers now sold worldwide

WorldDAB has published the latest version of its infographic, featuring DAB receiver sales, coverage and household penetration for markets in Europe and Asia Pacific up to the end of 2016.…

Research: US Viewers prefer à la carte pay-TV

Research: US Viewers prefer à la carte pay-TV

Findings from market research firm Hub Entertainment Research confirm that US consumers would prefer a TV service model where they select, and pay for, only the individual networks they’re most…

North America: Non-pay TV homes to double

North America: Non-pay TV homes to double

The number of pay-TV subs in North America [Canada and the US] will fall by 10 million from 112 million in the peak year of 2012 to 102 million in…

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