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Survey: Consumer interest in single content bundle

According to a study carried out for revenue management and customer interaction solutions provider CSG Systems International, consumers have expressed interest in a new bundle that offers the ability to…

Streaming devices drive big-screen OTT use

For the first time, Mediabug Wave research from consultancy firm Decipher has shown the impact of new low-cost streaming devices such as Amazon Fire Stick, Roku and Google Chromecast in…

US connected TV on growth trajectory

American households continue to connect their television sets to the Internet at a rapid pace, and they’re doing so using a greater variety of devices. The 2016 Magid Media Futures…

Original online content audience grows to 63m

Regular viewers of original digital video programming have grown to 63 million in 2016 from 45 million in 2013, according to a survey from the Interactive Advertising Bureau (IAB). This…

US prefers ad-supported online services to paid

US prefers ad-supported online services to paid

Americans assigned a value of nearly $1200 per year (€1053) to the array of free, ad-supported services and content currently available to them on computers and mobile devices, according to…

Brits prefer box sets to books

Brits prefer box sets to books

Research commissioned by Sky Box Sets reveals nearly two thirds (64 per cent) of Britons are choosing to settle down to a good box set over a book (rising to…

Research: Euro 2016 to be second-screen fest

With exactly one month to go until England and Wales’ opening matches at Euro 2016, research reveals the huge degree to which people will be second-screening during matches to enhance…

Research: Court-ordered site-blocking effective

Research carried out for the Australian Screen Association (ASA) on the effectiveness of court-ordered site blocking of pirate sites shows a decline in piracy to target pirate sites, other pirate…

Hong Kong, US, UAE most ‘connected’ populations

Hong Kong, US, UAE most ‘connected’ populations

According to the GfK Connected Consumer Index ranking for the last two years, Hong Kong and North America (USA, Canada and Mexico) hold steady as having the world’s top two…

UK online spend overtakes DVD

UK online spend overtakes DVD

This year, for the first time, Britons will spend more on video streaming subscriptions and film/TV downloads than on buying and renting DVDs, according to research and consulting firm, Strategy…