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YouTube dominates online video services

YouTube dominates online video services

Ampere Analysis’ Top Online Video Services Barometer has revealed that YouTube is still by far the most watched online video service, with 68.7 per cent of global internet users having…

Streamed ads ‘less annoying than broadcast’

A study claims online viewers accept advertising more and that advertisers are seeing a better response to their commercials. Telaria (formerly Tremor Media) looked at five countries, including the US,…

63% of school kids “wouldn’t miss” social media

63% of school kids “wouldn’t miss” social media

Social media could be a dying trend, with a study rom Digital Awareness UK releavling that nearly two-thirds of school pupils would not care if social media did not exist,…

75% of US have skipped social event to watch TV

75% of US have skipped social event to watch TV

Many Americans will do almost anything to watch their favourite content, according to a nationwide survey from LG. Defined as those who watch 10 or more episodes a week and…

Eurodata TV: Young viewers continue to shift online

Viewers watched on average for 3 hours and 48 minutes per day per person in the first half of 2017 in the top 5 countries in Europe (France, Germany, UK,…

FreeWheel: Ad views in premium video increases

FreeWheel, the video advertising management solution, has released its Q2 2017 Video Monetisation Report (VMR), revealing that the growth of premium video is continuing apace across all devices and platforms,…

4m Brits have watched eSports

4m Brits have watched eSports

Ahead of the launch of the year’s biggest computer games – FIFA 2018 – research from YouGov reveals that close to four million Brits have watched eSports. The report finds…

TiVo: Viewers will pay more for sport-specific networks

TiVo: Viewers will pay more for sport-specific networks

TiVo has released its 18th edition of its quarterly Video Trends Report, covering key topics across pay-TV, VoD, OTT, TV Everywhere, streaming devices, home assistant devices and content discovery. Based…

Study: OTT device use, big regional differences

Study: OTT device use, big regional differences

Findings from streaming video infrastructure technologies provider Bitmovin suggest significant regional differences among the most popular OTT devices, including Google Chromecast, Amazon Fire, Apple TV, and Roku. The survey of…

Survey: Major broadband providers failing on service

The latest broadband survey from UK consumer body Which? finds again that some of the biggest providers are rated most poorly by its customers. ​The results, based on a survey…