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Study: Millennials driving change in TV and online video

Findings from digital content delivery specialist Limelight Networks demonstrate a clear shift in video consumption trends led by Millennials. Among the findings, the research reveals that, under the right circumstances,…

US prefers à la carte to bundles

A vast majority of Americans would prefer to assemble their own pay TV channels rather than subscribe to packages that include dozens or hundreds of networks, according to the findings…

1 in 3 would rather “lose a finger than broadband”

One in three say they would rather lose a finger than go without a connection to the internet, according to a survey of 2,500 UK residents by broadband, TV and…

TiVo: Majority of OTA cord cutters ex-satellite

TiVo: Majority of OTA cord cutters ex-satellite

TiVo – which recently acquired certain assets of outlawed and bankrupt OTA service Aereo – has released the findings of an in-depth survey of Over The Air (OTA) TV consumers…

Netflix combats illegal streaming

A study by Sandvine shows a preference for legal streaming over piracy. “People are shifting their activities and they’ve certainly embraced streaming video,” says Dan Deeth, head of media at…

Research: à la carte future of entertainment

According to research from content protection and revenue assurance specialist Irdeto, many consumers would consider changing their primary TV service to an à la carte model to avoid paying for…

Study: Personalisation key to TV future

As the TV and video market continues to evolve, recommendation and discovery solutions must dynamically respond to changing consumer patterns. Content recommendation systems must take in to account the full…

Internet will use all UK’s power supply by 2035

Internet will use all UK’s power supply by 2035

The UK could be forced to introduce Internet rationing, following warnings it could consume the nation’s entire power supply within 20 years. Experts say the UK is close to “filling…

More than half Brits ‘TV addicts’

Findings from UK DTT platform Freeview, commissioned to find out more about people’s relationship with TV, reveal that Britain is having a love affair with TV, though viewers stick within…

80% millennials watch a show through online promo

Eighty per cent of Millennials are likely to watch a TV show if they have watched a promo shared with them online. That’s according to new research from video ad…