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Fear the Walking Dead #1 US cable series premiere

Fear the Walking Dead #1 US cable series premiere

The global premiere on August 24th of Fear the Walking Dead has made US television history, delivering 10.1 million live/same day viewers and becoming the #1 series premiere in US…

Australians’ AFL viewing fragmented across devices

With News Corp, Telstra and Channel Seven recently agreeing to pay a share of over A$2.5 billion (€1.58bn) for six years of AFL broadcast rights from 2017, Roy Morgan Research…

TDG: ‘Cord-Cutting unrealistic for most’

TDG: ‘Cord-Cutting unrealistic for most’

According to Alan Wolk, Senior Analyst with The Diffusion Group (TDG), whilst there was much rending of clothing and gnashing of teeth about the Q2 2015 pay-TV subscriber statistics (along…

Nielsen: 20% still only use DVDs

Nielsen: 20% still only use DVDs

Findings from Nielsen’s Home Entertainment Consumer Trends report suggest that the type of content US video consumers watch and what content they pay for has shifted over the past few…

TDG: Internet STBs in 21% of US broadband homes

According to a new analysis from TDG, The In-Home CE and Home Networking Ecosystem, 2015, Internet set-top boxes (iSTBs) such as Apple TV and Roku are now present in 21…

Consumers want personalised video experience from brands

In an attempt to understand how customers interact with content put forward by brands, Rapt Media has examined the behaviours and preferences of more than 2,000 consumers in the US…

Quarter of US pay-TV subs change service options

According to findings from Parks Associates, around a quarter of pay-TV subscribers in US broadband households made changes to their pay-TV service over the past 12 months, although upgrades were…

BBC clamps down on student streamers

Most UK university students fail to understand the difference between recorded TV and catch-up services, according to research from TV Licensing. Almost 60 per cent of current university students are…

Linear TV still primary viewing choice

Linear TV still primary viewing choice

Futuresource’s latest ‘Living with Digital’ consumer research study provides updated analysis of consumer’s shifting behaviour and evolving habits across digital entertainment and connected devices. The research identified live TV (pay…

Study: OTT complements, not replaces pay-TV

Study: OTT complements, not replaces pay-TV

Findings from consumer market research specialist Horowitz Research’s Multiplatform Content & Services report show that OTT SVoD services remain a complement to, not a replacement for, traditional pay TV: 40…