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Research: Users seek high-quality streaming content from connected devices

A Strategy Analytics Digital Home Observatory report which evaluated connected media players, has found that consumers are most concerned with high-quality streaming capabilities as well as the total number of…

Research: Connected TV satisfies

Consumers are using the connected features of their connected TVs and say that they are pleased with the results, according to The NPD Group. The research firm’s Connected TV Owner…

Research: 3DTV purchase intent varies around the globe

While consumers cite a number of concerns that marketers and manufacturers will need to address before 3DTV gains widespread adoption, research from The Nielsen Company shows that there is a…

UK TV buyers ‘confused by retailers’

A study conducted with 10 of the UK’s leading high street retailers has found that consumers are being left confused when shopping for TVs, as a result of retailers who…

Motorola: Viewers moving away from scheduled TV content

British viewers are moving from traditional video consumption habits to a more varied video content ‘diet’, according to the UK-market findings from global research conducted by Motorola Mobility, a subsidiary…

Canada: TV subs market not affected by cord-cutting

Canadian television service providers continue to add subscribers despite the growing presence of online content according to research and consulting firm Boon Dog. The firm said the traditional TV market…

YouTube continues to dominate US online video rankings

comScore, provider of digital world data, has released data from the comScore Video Metrix service showing that 172 million US Internet users watched online video content in November. The total…

Research: Time spent watching TV still tops Internet

Research: Time spent watching TV still tops Internet

The average adult still spends far more time watching television than on the Internet, according to a study by eMarketer. The firm reports that in 2010 the average adult spent…

Study: Shopping behaviour unaffected by DVRs

Study: Shopping behaviour unaffected by DVRs

Watching a television show from a digital video recorder (DVR) gives viewers a chance to skip commercials, but new research suggests that owning a DVR does not influence the demand…

Research: Americans spending equal time online and watching TV

Research: Americans spending equal time online and watching TV

Findings from a new Forrester Research study have revealed that for the first time, US residents are spending on average as much time to online activities as they are to…