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TiVo: “Recommendations key for content discovery”

TiVo has published the 17th edition of its quarterly video trends report (previously the Digitalsmiths Quarterly Video Trends Report), including insights on pay-TV vs OTT user experiences, live sporting event…

Survey: 53% US pay-TV subs don’t care about live sports

Survey: 53% US pay-TV subs don’t care about live sports

During a 3-day period in May 2017, CutCableToday conducted an online survey of 753 random US TV viewers through SurveyMonkey. The goal was to find out how TV consumers feel about…

Long-form video most popular regardless of screen size

Ooyala has released its Q1 2017 Global Video Index, revealing, for the first time, long-form content represents the majority of time spent watching video on every screen. This quarter’s report…

VoD most popular viewing option for teens

VoD most popular viewing option for teens

Children and teenagers are increasingly watching TV through a smartphone and using on demand services, as viewing habits among young people continue to shift towards mobile and on demand streaming,…

TDG: ‘4 streaming subscriber types’

TDG: ‘4 streaming subscriber types’

Far from being a homogeneous whole, analyst firm TDG suggests that TV subscription streamers comprise four mutually-exclusive segments of profound importance to operators and networks. Approximately two-thirds of US adult…

Analysis: Turks prolific viewers of mobile video

In a 13-country study by Ampere Analysis, Turkish Internet users are revealed as prolific smartphone viewers of online video content. More than three quarters (76 per cent) of respondents in…

Limelight: Consumer preferences shift to digital content

Consumers worldwide increasingly depend on smartphones to access digital content and tend to go online to purchase video games, movies and books, according to the latest State of Digital Downloads…

Research: With no pay-TV, cord-cutters watch more OTT

There have been many studies about pay-TV cord-cutters, but a lot of analysis relies on self-reported survey data that can’t fully measure important details about viewing behaviour. comScore has now…

Americans “uncomfortable” with Smart TV data collection

A survey from Videa reveals that just 39 per cent of US consumers say they are somewhat, mostly, or completely comfortable with advertisers collecting Smart TV data, while 48 per…

US trusts local news over national news

According to a Videa-sponsored survey, 61 per cent of US consumers surveyed have some, or a lot of, trust in the information they get from local news organisations. Fifty-nine per…