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30% of UK consumers use SVoD monthly

Figures from Decipher’s bi-annual media consumption report Mediabug have shown how growth in usage of subscription VoD services like Netflix and Amazon Prime has been solely due to those over…

44% have used Connected TV in last 12 months

44% have used Connected TV in last 12 months

Ofcom has published research into UK audience attitudes to content on TV and radio. This covers what people find offensive on TV and radio, their awareness of and attitudes towards regulation…

‘Account sharing’ rife in US OTT

‘Account sharing’ rife in US OTT

Digital media consumer research from Parks Associates reports 57 per cent of US broadband households access an OTT video subscription, but account sharing is a lingering challenge. According to a…

UltraViolet familiarity and satisfaction grows

UltraViolet familiarity and satisfaction grows

According to The NPD Group’s Digital Video Acquisition Monitor (UltraViolet) report, 13 per cent of UV users report buying digital video via websites and apps (electronic sell-through) more often because…

CEA: Major shifts in technology ownership

A major shift in the consumer electronics (CE) products owned by US households is now underway, according to the 17th Annual CE Ownership and Market Potential Study from trade group…

Over half Germans watch online

Fifty four per cent of German TV viewing adults (aged 15+) has watched online content, with one in seven now watching the majority of content online, according to a study…

Time spent online doubles in a decade

Time spent online doubles in a decade

People are spending twice as much time online compared to 10 years ago, fuelled by increasing use of tablets and smartphones, according to Ofcom research. Ofcom’s Media Use and Attitudes…

Study: Millennials driving change in TV and online video

Findings from digital content delivery specialist Limelight Networks demonstrate a clear shift in video consumption trends led by Millennials. Among the findings, the research reveals that, under the right circumstances,…

US prefers à la carte to bundles

A vast majority of Americans would prefer to assemble their own pay TV channels rather than subscribe to packages that include dozens or hundreds of networks, according to the findings…

1 in 3 would rather “lose a finger than broadband”

One in three say they would rather lose a finger than go without a connection to the internet, according to a survey of 2,500 UK residents by broadband, TV and…

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