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British TVoD market up 19% in 2015

British TVoD market up 19% in 2015

The BASE Yearbook – a detailed analysis of the video market across 2015 from the British Association for Screen Entertainment (BASE) – highlights the growth in the transactional VoD category…

Parks: Top 10 connected entertainment disruptors

Parks Associates has hosted the final day of the company’s 20th annual CONNECTIONS conference in San Francisco with panel discussions moderated by the firm’s analysts and featuring executives from companies…

Survey: TV, ISPs deliver worst customer experience

TV service providers and Internet Service Providers received the lowest overall customer experience scores, according to the 2016 Temkin Experience Ratings, an annual ranking of companies based on a survey…

11m N American homes to own UHD TV

According to the latest research from Strategy Analytics, more than 11 million North American homes will own an Ultra HD TV by the end of 2016 as prices drop to…

US OTT market: First sign of saturation

The first sign that the US video streaming market is approaching saturation is revealed in a forecast from research and consulting firm, Strategy Analytics, which shows the growth rate slowing…

“Snackable” content growing in popularity

Snackable, mobile-friendly content is growing in popularity among media companies looking to increase engagement and revenue. Indeed, Ooyala recently took a look at the most popular digital videos of 2015…

Live streaming booming

Live streaming is booming globally as audiences demand more real-time connections to their favourite content on their preferred devices, reports Ooyala. That’s particularly true in top (and topical) media categories…

Third of Australians watching TV on demand

Third of Australians watching TV on demand

Findings from Roy Morgan Research reveal that 95.4 per cent of Australians watch TV – but exactly what ‘watching TV’ even means has been changing fast, says the firm. Nine…

Demand for in-flight broadband hits new heights

Demand for in-flight broadband hits new heights

A global survey of airline customers reveals that passengers now not only expect broadband services to be offered as standard during flights, but more than half would prefer in-flight connectivity…

Piracy costs EU music industry €170m per annum

A report from the European Union Intellectual Property Office (EUIPO) shows that €170 million, or 5.2 per cent of all music sales, were lost in the EU in 2014 as…

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