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TV apps fail discovery test

Apps are increasingly popular with owners of Smart or Connected TVs, but they are only using apps they are already familiar with, according to a study carried out by the…

Apps can increase viewer engagement

A study released by CTAM (the Cable & Telecommunications Association for Marketing) – Roadmap to Video Apps (What Makes Viewers APPY?) – shows that sometimes the best things in life…

8% of US homes get broadband but not multi-channel video

Consumer research from Leichtman Research Group (LRG) finds that 8 per cent of US households get a broadband Internet service, but do not subscribe to a multi-channel video service, while…

Over 60% of connected TV homes use TV apps weekly

Applications have dominated the news in the smartphone and tablet worlds for some time but with the advent of ‘smart TVs’ consumers are now rapidly adopting online TV applications that…

Mobile data bandwidth usage up 77%

Mobile data bandwidth usage up 77%

Findings from the H1 2011 Allot MobileTrends Report suggests that mobile data bandwidth usage continued its steady rise, with 77 per cent growth during the first half of 2011 based…

Digital technology increases UK TV viewing

Television technology, including digital and HD formats, time-shifted and catch-up viewing, has helped drive a global increase in television viewing, a new report has revealed. The report – Television –…

46% of Canadians would give up TV before Internet

46% of Canadians would give up TV before Internet

A survey conducted on the Angus Reid Forum and commissioned by Primus Canada, a PTGi company, has revealed that almost half (46 per cent) of Canadian respondents would give up…

On-demand TV revenues set to climb

On-demand TV revenues from movies and TV programmes (and excluding revenues from other sources such as sports and adult and also excluding SVOD packages) will reach $5.7 billion in 2016,…

Social participation TV to generate $2.9bn by 2016

Mobile and digital technology business Mobile Interactive Group (MIG) has published research on the trends and opportunities in participation TV (P-TV) services in particular social channels across global markets. The…

Europeans prefer triple-play packages

Four out of ten Europeans households are buying ‘bundled’ Internet, phone and TV services from a single provider, a Eurobarometer survey shows. The survey also found that 65 per cent…