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20% US pay-TV subs dissatisfied with service

20% US pay-TV subs dissatisfied with service

Research from market research and consulting company Parks Associates reveals that 20 per cent of US pay-TV subscribers say they are dissatisfied with their pay-TV service, representing a 100 per…

Analyst: 22% US homes non-pay-TV users

According to a report from analyst firm The Diffusion Group, the proportion of US broadband households not subscribing to a Legacy Pay-TV (LPTV) service has more than doubled in the…

BBC: “Watching nature programmes makes you happier”

BBC: “Watching nature programmes makes you happier”

BBC Earth, the BBC’s global factual brand, has published findings of an international study titled The Real Happiness Project showing nature programming’s direct impact on the mood and wellbeing of…

Mobile devices drive AVoD viewing  

According to the findings of the Q4 2016 Global Video Index from video monetisation specialist Ooyala, mobile devices attract the most video views for advertising video-on-demand (AVoD) services with global…

Survey: ‘Content anytime’ now a habit

End-to-end OTT TV solutions provider SPB TV’s survey of a sample of 50,000 respondents out of its 60 million-user base digs looking for insights that elucidate viewer preferences highlight a…

Access trumps ownership for UK home entertainment

Access trumps ownership for UK home entertainment

The digital revolution in the entertainment business has reached a new tipping point with Britons now spending nearly 80 per cent of their expenditure on entertainment online, according to the…

China: Consumers watching long content on mobiles

China: Consumers watching long content on mobiles

A study from the User Experience Strategies (UXS) Service at Strategy Analytics has assessed Chinese mobile video consumers’ behaviours, preferences, and attitudes towards video services. Participants reported spending more time…

Research: Warning letters unlikely to stop illegal downloads

Research by broadband comparison website Broadband Genie has revealed the majority (72 per cent) of the public believe piracy warning letters sent by UK ISPs are unlikely to have any…

TV 94% of UK video advertising

Fresh analysis by Thinkbox – the marketing body for commercial TV in the UK – of 2016 video consumption in the UK shows how total video viewing – and viewing…

TiVo: US consumers push back on pay-TV prices

TiVo: US consumers push back on pay-TV prices

TiVo has released the 16th edition of its quarterly Video Trends Report, covering key topics across pay-TV, VoD, PPV, OTT, TV Everywhere, streaming devices and content discovery. Based on a…