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Star Wars drives disc ownership

Star Wars drives disc ownership

Following the success of the 2015 Box Office figures, the UK video industry is now reaping the rewards of the strong slate filtering into retail as Star Wars – The…

65% US households have connected TV

Findings from a Leichtman Research Group study – HD and Connected TVs XIII – indicate that 65 per cent of US TV households have at least one television set connected…

Cord-cutters are few, but most are streaming too

To gain a better understanding of how US consumers are using streaming video services to supplement or replace traditional pay-TV services, Consumer Reports surveyed a representative sample of more than…

Ofcom: 42% stick to apps they’ve used before

Ofcom: 42% stick to apps they’ve used before

Ofcom has published two research reports on how people use, understand and relate to different media in the UK. The first, Adults’ Media Use and Attitudes, provides detailed…

Survey highlights STB privacy fears

The proposal by the Federal Communications Commission to open up the set-top box market to tech giants such as Google has Americans concerned about the potential intrusion on their privacy…

42% of US adults’ TV time is streamed

42% of US adults’ TV time is streamed

Consumers’ video streaming behaviour has fundamentally changed the competitive landscape of  the TV industry. Media companies now find themselves in a battle for attention, engagement, and audiences. To understand this…

Survey: Big linear opportunity for OTT providers

“Broadcast is alive, well, and continues to deliver value in today’s fragmented ecosystem,” asserted Howard Horowitz, president of Horowitz Research, at the  Online Video Conference at the NAB Show in…

Brits risking work security accessing pirated content

New research from cyber security specialist RiskIQ has found that six Britons in 10 (59 per cent) who use personal devices for work also use the same device for streaming…

Half young don’t take pay-TV

Half young don’t take pay-TV

Nearly half (49 per cent) of all young adults don’t subscribe to a pay-TV service, according to data from Adobe. It says 18 to 24 year old cord cutters and…

Survey: Consumers like next-gen broadcast benefits

The new capabilities of enhanced video and improved audio, along with interactive and enhanced emergency services, are driving strong interest in next generation broadcast TV, according to a survey of…