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Adobe: Mobile viewing in decline

Adobe has released its State of Digital Video report, including data from more than four billion TV Everywhere authentications in North America and more than 300 sites and apps. Key…

Survey: Video distracting from working day

Video is everywhere, and TV-quality content is available on virtually any connected device with a colour screen. Not surprisingly, therefore, we have witnessed an evolution in the way people view…

5m Britons use pirated TV streaming services

5m Britons use pirated TV streaming services

Just shy of five million people in the UK use pirated TV streaming services, according to YouGov. The research firm’s new study, Illegal Streaming, suggests that 10 per cent of…

Survey: A third of OTT trialists become subs

Nearly one-third of OTT free trials convert to a paid subscription, according to connected entertainment research from Parks Associates. Senior Analyst Glenn Hower will discuss at NAB the firm’s OTT…

Research: TV Everywhere shifting from occasional to frequent use

CTAM and Hub Entertainment Research have released results of a recent tracking study on TV Everywhere (TVE) viewing, based on reported consumer data collected continuously across a six-month span, August…

Laptops, desktops preferred TV viewing devices

Laptops, desktops preferred TV viewing devices

Signalling an accelerating shift in the digital video market consumer behaviour, the percentage of consumers who prefer watching TV shows on television sets plummeted by 55 per cent over the…

Cord Cutter, Cord Never streaming tastes differ

Though they share one thing – the lack of a traditional paid cable or satellite TV subscription – Cord Cutters and Cord Nevers in the US differ in a host…

40% US households video sharing weekly

40% US households video sharing weekly

Findings from research firm Parks Associates reveal that 39 per cent of US broadband households visit a video sharing site such as YouTube at least once a week. In total,…

Survey: UK broadband giants failing on service

The latest broadband customer satisfaction survey from consumer body Which? reveals that the UK’s biggest Internet Service Providers are still failing on basic customer service, speed and reliability. This year’s…

Study: OTT to overtake linear TV within 5 years

Within the next five years, viewership hours of live-linear streaming OTT video will surpass those of traditional broadcast TV, according to close to 70 per cent of respondents in the…

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