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Survey: Alternative platforms to eclipse cable and satellite

Americans are eschewing cable and satellite service in favour of a variety of ‘Over The Top’ video options according to a new survey that shows nearly half of consumers already…

60% of Brits want BBC licence fee scrapped

TubeMogul, an enterprise software company for digital branding, today revealed that almost 60 per cent of Brits believe that the BBC should be privatised and the licence fee should be…

Sports viewers embracing second-screen sports apps

Sports viewers embracing second-screen sports apps

Research from TDG finds that a third of US broadband users have used a second-screen sports app while watching a game on TV. Engagement will further broaden and deepen during…

Streaming apps surge as cord-cutting continues

Streaming apps surge as cord-cutting continues

Video streaming apps saw strong quarterly growth as their performance vaulted the Entertainment category to #4 by iOS revenue. HBO NOW​ and ​Hulu​ led revenue growth in the US as…

ESPN “most socially engaging” US network

ESPN “most socially engaging” US network

Shareablee, the social media audience analysis firm that partners with TV and cable networks CBS, NBC, ESPN, Univision, FOX News and CNN, among others, has released a June ranking of…

20% of iPhone users to purchase Apple Watch

Apple Watch is set to boom and, according to Futuresource Consulting, a large part of this will come from existing iPhone users. The latest perspectives report has covered six countries…

Mobile gaming should offer daily incentives, time-outs

Mobile gaming should offer daily incentives, time-outs

Consumers are motivated to play video games because they relieve boredom, provide a challenge, create a more social atmosphere and help to escape reality. A study by Strategy Analytics has…

OTT password sharing costs industry $500m

OTT password sharing costs industry $500m

OTT video service credential sharing will cost the industry $500 million (€447m) in direct revenues worldwide in 2015, according to research from market research and consulting company Parks Associates examining…

Netflix streaming among pay-TV users up 33%

According to research from TDG, the use of legacy pay-TV services among Netflix Streamers has declined only three points in the last three years, from 87 per cent to 84…

Study: 28% of all TV viewing is now streaming

As consumers embrace and experiment with a host of new ways of watching TV content, a new GfK MRI report has identified six new TV viewing audience groups and how…