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81% US households DVR, VoD users or Netflix subs

Findings from Leichtman Research Group indicate that 81 per cent of US households have a DVR, get Netflix, or use VoD from a cable or Telco provider — with 30…

Digital radio listening shows 10% annual growth

Digital radio listening shows 10% annual growth

Digital radio listening has grown by 10 per cent in the last year, according to Rajar Q4 2015 data released today to almost 42 per cent (41.7 per cent). This…

Cisco predicts 8-fold increase in mobile data traffic

Since 2000, when the first camera phone was introduced, the number of mobile users has quintupled. By 2020, there will be 5.5 billion mobile users, representing 70 per cent of…

Australia: 66% of SVoD users also download illegally

Australia: 66% of SVoD users also download illegally

According to a poll from Essential Research conducted in January, 66 per cent of Australians who download films, TV shows and music from peer-to-peer (free) sharing sites also subscribe to…

Ofcom: 12% of adults concerned by VoD content

Ofcom has published annual research into UK viewers’ perceptions of content standards for on-demand and online content. The research covers the full range of content available on-demand and online –…

1 in 7 Australians watch no Commercial TV

1 in 7 Australians watch no Commercial TV

Over one in seven Australians now watch no commercial television on a normal weekday – over twice as many as in 2008. The audience is fast getting older and SVoD…

Streaming services increase TV viewing

Findings from Horowitz Research’s Multiplatform Content and Services, Wave 2 2015 survey reveal that streaming services such as Netflix and Hulu have been catalysts for increased television viewing: A third…

Consumers spend $6+ per month on SVoD

Consumers spend $6+ per month on SVoD

Research from Parks Associates suggests that average monthly spending on Internet-based subscription video-on-demand (SVoD) services among US broadband households increased from $3.71 per month in 2012 to $6.19 per month…

Millennials master the second screen

More than three-quarters (88 per cent) of millennials engage in second screen behaviours when watching video content, the highest percentage of any demographic, according to a study from US trade…

Streamers prefer Smart TVs

Despite the widespread availability of inexpensive ancillary TV streaming devices, research from The Diffusion Group (TDG) finds that 32 per cent of OTT TV Users prefer having the native connectivity…