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Analyst: How high can Champions League price go?

When it comes to watching sport on TV, football is by far the most popular choice. More than one in four people (28 per cent), said they enjoy watching watch…

Mobile TV sees 11% growth in Italy

Mobile TV is the TV distribution platform that has seen the highest growth in Italy over the past two years, according to the 2017 Censis report on the state of…

A fifth of UK Netflix subs watched Stranger Things

A fifth of UK Netflix subscribers watched Stranger Things in the first week of Season 2’s release, according to research from YouGov. The research indicates that of the 6.5 million…

TV still leading medium to learn about new products

TV still leading medium to learn about new products

Research has shown that in a world of digital and social media, TV is still the main medium by which consumers learn about new product launches. Some 44 per cent…

Research: SVoD effect on piracy limited

Research: SVoD effect on piracy limited

Findings from a research project undertaken by Portuguese and US academics suggest that subscription video-on-demand (SVoD) services have a limited effect on digital piracy, with earlier access to content at…

Research: Young adults avid catch-up viewers

According to research firm Mediamétrie’s Eurodata TV Worldwide study, Young Adults Report, which highlights the characteristics of 15-34 year olds within the audio-visual landscape of ten countries, those in that…

Ofcom: Kids more aware of YouTube, Netflix than BBC

More than half (54 per cent) of UK 12- to 15-year-olds use social media platforms such as Facebook and Twitter, to access online news, making it the second most popular…

Adobe: Single sign-on drives TVE numbers

Adobe: Single sign-on drives TVE numbers

According to digital experience specialist Adobe, the adoption by TV Everywhere (TVE) providers of single sign-on (SSO) functionality has boosted TVE consumption significantly. Writing in the Adobe Blog, Blake Elmquist,…

OTT device preferences vary by country

A survey of consumers over the past year in Europe and the US, by S&P Global Market Intelligence, has revealed that the vast majority of Internet households view online video…

Royal wedding tipped to break mobile viewing records

Royal wedding tipped to break mobile viewing records

The wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle next year could break records for how we tune-in, with experts at Ooyala expecting more people to watch on mobile devices (smartphones…