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TV Licensing reveals top non-payment excuses

Parrots, microwave ovens and the King of Scotland feature in the list of implausible excuses for not having a TV Licence given over the last year. Many from the list…

TiVo ranks most-watched Super Bowl ads and moments

TiVo ranks most-watched Super Bowl ads and moments

TiVo has ranked this year’s most engaging Super Bowl commercials, promotions and game moments. From a variety of takes on patriotic messages, quirky humour, and a bit of the odd,…

35% of Millennials watching Super Bowl on Smart TV

With more than one in three consumers watching live sports on a device other than a traditional television set, Super Bowl 50 is likely to see some major shifts in…

Analyst: Consumer VR content to reach $8.3bn

Virtual reality is still very much in the ‘innovation’ stage, but this will start to change over the coming months as a variety of major first generation headsets hit the…

58% of Netflix subs prefer Netflix to cinema

58% of Netflix subs prefer Netflix to cinema

For Netflix subscribers, the ideal date night is a quiet night in watching Netflix rather than heading out to the movie theatre, according to an Ipsos poll conducted on behalf…

81% US households DVR, VoD users or Netflix subs

Findings from Leichtman Research Group indicate that 81 per cent of US households have a DVR, get Netflix, or use VoD from a cable or Telco provider — with 30…

Digital radio listening shows 10% annual growth

Digital radio listening shows 10% annual growth

Digital radio listening has grown by 10 per cent in the last year, according to Rajar Q4 2015 data released today to almost 42 per cent (41.7 per cent). This…

Cisco predicts 8-fold increase in mobile data traffic

Since 2000, when the first camera phone was introduced, the number of mobile users has quintupled. By 2020, there will be 5.5 billion mobile users, representing 70 per cent of…

Australia: 66% of SVoD users also download illegally

Australia: 66% of SVoD users also download illegally

According to a poll from Essential Research conducted in January, 66 per cent of Australians who download films, TV shows and music from peer-to-peer (free) sharing sites also subscribe to…

Ofcom: 12% of adults concerned by VoD content

Ofcom has published annual research into UK viewers’ perceptions of content standards for on-demand and online content. The research covers the full range of content available on-demand and online –…

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