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Crimson Hexagon analyses Twitter Bafta chatter

Crimson Hexagon analyses Twitter Bafta chatter

Social media analytics company Crimson Hexagon has analysed the Twitter conversation around the 2017 Baftas ceremony that took place on February 12th. Highlights include: There were more than 62,000 conversations…

‘The Grand Tour’ Amazon’s top streaming title

‘The Grand Tour’ Amazon’s top streaming title

Amazon’s biggest visual production to date, The Grand Tour, starring Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May, shows clear appeal amongst UK SVoD viewers, according to market and consumer information…

eMarketer: 88% of UK under 4s watch online video

In its latest UK social network usage forecast, eMarketer expects digital video viewing from the under 4s to help drive up Internet usage this year. It also expects Facebook and…

Russia: 87% think sharing pirate content is legal

Russia: 87% think sharing pirate content is legal

Findings from an online consumer survey from digital platform security specialist Irdeto suggest that 87 per cent of Russian consumers polled believe that producing or sharing pirated video content is…

C4 survey: Just 4% can spot fake news

As part of Channel 4’s Fake News Week, the broadcaster commissioned a survey to find out how easily people can distinguish between real and fake news and how concerned they…

Australia: Netflix subs watching less commercial TV

With Netflix series The Crown crowned Best Drama at the Golden Globe Awards, Roy Morgan Research reveals how many Australians have a subscription at home, how much commercial television they…

TiVo reveals top Super Bowl moments

TiVo reveals top Super Bowl moments

TiVo has compiled its post-game report highlighting this year’s most engaging commercials, promotions and in-game moments from the overtime comeback by the New England Patriots over the Atlanta Falcons. As…

TV dominates trending topics on Twitter

TV dominates trending topics on Twitter

TV programmes are the talk of Twitter in primetime, accounting for as much as 87 per cent of trending topics on any given night, according to a report from the Video…

PayPal: Mobile driving content transactions

PayPal: Mobile driving content transactions

Digital payments platform PayPal has released the second wave of its Digital Goods Economy Survey, which looks at the attitudes, habits, and behaviours of the digital media consumer across the…

19% US households cancel OTT

According to market research firm Parks Associates’ OTT Video Market Tracker service, the churn rate for OTT video services is 19 per cent of US broadband households, indicating roughly one…