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Study: Fake news good for mainstream media

Fake news is good news for traditional, mainstream media outlets, according to a new study, Fake News: Can It Save the Traditional, Mainstream Media?, commissioned by corporate communications agency Instinctif…

AR/VR spend set to double

AR/VR spend set to double

Worldwide revenues for the augmented reality and virtual reality (AR/VR) market are forecast to increase by 100 per cent or more over each of the next four years, according to…

Research: Wireless VR set to strain data networks

Research: Wireless VR set to strain data networks

Forecasts from hi-tech consulting firm Juniper Research on Virtual Reality suggest that wireless VR headsets (smartphone-based and standalone) data consumption will grow by over 650 per cent over the next…

Australia: SVoD subscribers up 30%

Australia: SVoD subscribers up 30%

Subscription video on demand (SVoD) services delivered over the Internet continue to feed Australians’ appetite for entertainment with subscriptions reaching 3.7 million at the end of June 2017, a year-on-year…

Kantar adds Facebook ratings

Kantar Media reveals the integration of Facebook data into its Kantar Twitter TV Ratings tool. The enhanced capabilities of its newly renamed Kantar Social TV Ratings tool will deliver an…

Ofcom: UK a binge viewer nation

Ofcom: UK a binge viewer nation

The UK has become a nation of binge viewers, Ofcom research reveals, with eight in ten adults now watching multiple episodes of their favourite shows in a single sitting. The…

Sky introduces anti-churn loyalty programme

Having revealed in its Full Year results that on a 12-month rolling basis churn was 11.5 per cent, Sky has taken steps to address the problem, with the introduction of…

Hulu SVoD users pick streaming over pay-TV

Hulu SVoD users pick streaming over pay-TV

When asked to choose between their legacy pay-TV and SVoD services, Hulu on-demand users are 37 per cent more likely than Amazon Prime users and 29 per cent more likely…

ITU: Youth continue to dominate Internet usage

ITU: Youth continue to dominate Internet usage

Data released by ITU, the United Nations specialised agency for information and communication technologies (ICTs), show that 830 million young people are online, representing 80 per cent of the youth…

Portugal: Government action cuts piracy website traffic

Portugal: Government action cuts piracy website traffic

A report from online brand and content protection specialist INCOPRO indicates that Portugal’s regulatory site blocking orders have successfully reduced use of large-scale piracy websites by 69.7 per cent. Site…