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Nielsen: Smartphone viewing jumps in Q1

Nielsen: Smartphone viewing jumps in Q1

Video viewing on smartphones increased sharply during the first quarter, according to Nielsen’s new Comparable Metrics report. In a new report smartphone video had a cumulative audience of 110.1 million…

25% of Dutch TV viewing VoD by 2025

On-demand and non-linear viewing will account for 25 per cent of all TV viewing in the Netherlands by 2025, according to a report from Dutch bank ABN Amro on the…

TV celebrates extra time during Euro 2016

TV celebrates extra time during Euro 2016

As Portugal’s Cristiano Ronaldo raised the Euro 2016 trophy in Paris on July 10th, TV broadcasters around Europe celebrated outstanding viewing figures during the tournament. The figures from across Europe…

GfK: Quarter of US households cord-cutters

GfK: Quarter of US households cord-cutters

Findings from market and consumer information firm GfK show that US TV households are embracing alternatives to cable and satellite reception. Levels of broadcast-only reception and Internet-only video subscriptions have…

Most Hulu, Amazon subs also use Netflix

Findings from Hub Entertainment Research indicate that 83 per cent of Amazon users, and 93 per cent of Hulu users, also use Netflix. Hub’s findings suggest that although online TV…

Pay-TV penetration increases in Spain

Convergent offers along with the aggressive campaigns of pay-TV operators such as Movistar TV, Vodafone-ONO and Orange  given a boost to the pay-TV market in Spain reaching a penetration of…

Ofcom: Third of youth TV consumption is OTT

Ofcom: Third of youth TV consumption is OTT

Public service broadcasters (PSBs) still account for more than half of broadcast TV viewing, Ofcom has found, and around three in four viewers are satisfied with their services. Investment by…

Olympic TV viewing to be less social than Euro 2016

Olympic TV viewing to be less social than Euro 2016

Unlike Euro 2016, Olympic TV viewing will be dominated by the sofa – according to research from marketing technology experts RadiumOne. Nearly all (97 per cent) of Olympic TV viewers…

IBM: Data key to SVoD success

IBM: Data key to SVoD success

SVoD services have reshaped the way we enjoy television. But while our unquenchable thirst for content is changing our behaviour around content consumption, it is not driving us to cut…

Online piracy down as streaming takes off

The meteoric rise of streaming services such as Spotify and Netflix may be having a chilling effect on illegal copyright infringement according to research commissioned by the UK’s Intellectual Property…