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Research: Mobile video taking off in Europe

Research: Mobile video taking off in Europe

comScore, a specialist in measuring the digital world, has released data from its comScore MobiLens service showing that the number of people viewing video on mobile devices has increased 66…

Research: ‘Event TV’ drives social nets

With the rise of ‘event TV’ such as X Factor, Strictly Come Dancing and sporting events, more and more Brits are using social networks and instant messaging to chat to…

Global IPTV subs surpass 38.5m

Global IPTV subs surpass 38.5m

The number of global IPTV subscribers has increased by more than 2.3 million in the second quarter of 2010 to pass 38.5 million by the end of June, according to…

Facebook dominates new media landscape

Interpret, an entertainment, media and technology market research firm, has released data from its quarterly New Media Measure study that tracks media behaviours, device ownership, attitudes and product consumption.  Behaviour…

Over 25% of UK homes have completed switchover

More than a quarter of UK homes are in areas that have completed the switchover from analogue to digital TV.  Figures show that around 6.92 million – or 26 per…

37% of younger Netflix users cutting cord

Netflix subscribers aged 25 to 34 have cancelled their pay-TV services in favor of Netflix’s streaming service, according to a survey of about 250 subscribers conducted by Credit Suisse. Another…

Consumers remain confused by subscription HDTV

According to a Populus poll commissioned by TVonics, confusion still reigns over in the UK whether or not its necessary to pay a subscription based service in order to watch…

UK viewers take control of when they watch

Research released by Rovi Corporation to better understand TV consumption in the UK has found that viewers have shifted their TV watching behaviour, based on the introduction of entertainment technologies,…

UK consumers ‘unlikely to buy 3D TV’

UK consumers ‘unlikely to buy 3D TV’

UK consumers ‘unlikely to buy 3D TV’   Just two per cent of UK consumers are planning on purchasing a 3D television over the next 12 months, according to research…

PC video consumption increasing

More US households are watching online video and on a wider variety of devices now than two years ago, but they are not sacrificing their TV viewing to do so,…