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Research: 3D TV: Over half of Brits still cautious

Research: 3D TV: Over half of Brits still cautious

The results from the annual Christmas shopping survey for Twenga, the shopping search engine, show that 52 per cent of Brits don’t want to receive a 3D TV for Christmas.…

Research: Pay-TV trumps free-to-air

Paid-for television content – whether through cable, satellite or the Internet – is preferred over free-to-air services – even in markets where free programming is more readily available, according to…

40% US broadband users watch TV online

Weekly incidence of going online or using a handheld device to watch TV content rose from 34 per cent in 2009 to 39 per cent among broadband users in the…

Research: On-demand boosts live TV

Research: On-demand boosts live TV

Increasingly, the main reason people watch on-demand TV is to avoid falling behind with the linear TV schedules, which have been attracting record viewing figures in recent years, according to…

Nielsen: WebTV viewers watch more regular TV

Nielsen: WebTV viewers watch more regular TV

A study released by Nielsen has highlighted the 21st century TV-viewing habits of consumers who are watching shows or movies from the Internet on their TV sets. Specifically, it reveals…

iPadders most likely to cut the cord

iPadders most likely to cut the cord

Research from The Diffusion Group (TDG) has discovered that iPad Users and Intenders—those who own or are likely to purchase an iPad in the next few months—are significantly more likely…

Research: HD owned by many, watched by few

Research: HD owned by many, watched by few

Even though 56 per cent of all American homes are getting HD signals on their high def sets, well over 80 per cent of viewing is still done in standard…

ESPN: 3D increases viewer engagement

ESPN: 3D increases viewer engagement

Findings from the an extensive 3DTV viewer study, conducted by ESPN during the summer’s 2010 World Cup tournament has revealed that people remember TV ads better in 3D than in…

Research: More legal content services best way to counter piracy

The digital media industry needs to offer more legal ways to access content, such as streaming and micropayment systems, to overcome piracy, suggests research by BDRC Continental. At the Media…

Research: Online video overtakes P2P traffic

Online video now accounts for the largest amount of IP traffic worldwide, according to figures from Cisco Visual Networking Index (VNI). Online video – which represents streaming video, Flash and…