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Research: Cord cutting is real

A survey from Wedbush Securities shows that US consumers, especially price-sensitive ones, are dumping pay TV services but sticking with the Internet. Whether cord cutting is a real danger or…

Research: Mobile TV behaviour

“Mobile media usage continues to accelerate across the globe, driven by advancing technologies and the growing number of content options available to consumers,” said Mark Donovan, comScore senior vice president…

Research: US cable subs more price sensitive

US consumers are less satisfied with their monthly pay-TV bills compared with last year, according to J.D. Power and Associates’ annual TV customer-satisfaction service survey – and cable subscribers are…

Research: Consumers like new sources but won’t “cut cord”

Interest in and consumption of online media continues to grow and remain strong. While pay-TV operators have not yet seen a significant impact on their subscriber bases, early indicators suggest…

Research: iPlayer tops usability chart

Research: iPlayer tops usability chart

A report from user experience consultancy Webcredible says that the BBC iPlayer is leading major UK broadcasters in the VoD usability stakes with a score of 88 per cent, followed…

Research: Untapped market for connected devices in US

According to a report by The NPD Group, there is a large and untapped market for devices that offer connected capabilities and the digital content played on those devices. NPD’s…

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…