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Ofcom: Online viewing growth creates challenges for PSBs

Ofcom has published the conclusions of its third review of public service TV broadcasting, the first review since 2008, suggesting that broadcasters need to adapt their models to maximise commercial…

Netflix users finding traditional pay-TV less attractive

More Netflix users in the US are officially cutting the cord than ever before. In a survey of 829 current Netflix subscribers, CutCableToday found that just 67 per cent still have…

Original content tops binge viewing

Original content tops binge viewing

Findings from the second annual TiVo Spring 2015 Binge Viewing Survey indicate that binge viewing, defined as viewing more than three episodes of a series in a day, has continued…

Millions secretly stream sport at work

Millions secretly stream sport at work

Nearly half of British sports fans have put their work to one side and tuned into live sport on their portable screens according to research commissioned by Sky’s NOW TV.…

Adult video to hit 136bn views by year end

Data from Juniper Research has found that over 136 billion adult videos will be watched in 2015 alone, with this set to grow to 193 billion by 2020. On a…

Netflix viewed as cable replacement

A new brand study of streaming providers seeking to understand how consumers perceive each brand has revealed that consumers believe Netflix can wholly replace other entertainment options, Hulu is irritating…

Sky-D VP: Binge-viewing dependent on series

Sky-D VP: Binge-viewing dependent on series

Binge viewing is much more common in the case of some TV series than others, according to Jörg Allgäuer, VP, corporate communications at Sky Deutschland, speaking at the Connected TV…

Mobile audiences key for video consumption, ad growth

Ooyala, a Telstra subsidiary and specialist in video publishing, analytics and monetisation, has released its Q1 2015 Global Video Index, revealing mobile devices made up 42 per cent of all…

Multicultural viewers driving OTT consumption

A Horowitz Research study reveals 88 per cent of urban TV content viewers in the US have the ability to stream video content to a computer, mobile device, or directly…

Cable’s cord cutting threat overstated?

According to stock analysis firm Trefis, with the recent introduction of Dish Network‘s Sling TV and HBO’s HBO NOW service, as well as the continued success of Netflix, the threat…

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