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Millennials watch more time-shifted content than live TV

Millennials watch more time-shifted content than live TV

Millennials (ages 18-34) watch more time-shifted content through self-recording or on-demand (55 per cent) than live TV (45 per cent), according to a study from the Consumer Technology Association (CTA).…

Germany: Linear TV 80% of TV consumption

Germany: Linear TV 80% of TV consumption

An RTL study has revealed that linear TV still dominates TV consumption in Germany, accounting for 80 per cent of Germans’ daily time spent watching TV and film content, but…

37% of US SVoD users share passwords

According to a study from Morning Consult, 37 per cent of US Internet users shared their password for at least one streaming service account – usually Netflix – in August…

BBC, Guardian, Mail dominate online news

A new report explores how online news content was discovered (and consumed) by computer users in the UK between mid-March and mid-April 2017. Based on a passive tracking study of…

Survey: Bad app or site sees customer loyalty plummet

Survey: Bad app or site sees customer loyalty plummet

Internet users are growing more demanding and less forgiving, according to the results of a consumer survey from Apica, the performance monitoring and testing experts. In a clear call to…

Young cord-cutters concerned about OTT costs, but willing to pay

Young cord-cutters concerned about OTT costs, but willing to pay

Younger viewers in the US think they’re paying too much for streaming services — but they’re still willing to sign up if they want to watch a particular show. That could…

Netherlands: 4m portable Netflix users

A study from GfK shows that Netflix was used by 3,942,000 people via a mobile, tablet or computer in the Netherlands in July – meaning approximately 27.5 per cent of…

Report: Cable outpaces broadcast for viewer attention

Report: Cable outpaces broadcast for viewer attention

According to television attention measurement company TVision Insights, cable television programming captures primetime viewer attention better than broadcast, and brands see significant variation in consumer attention to different ads in…

Analyst: ‘Virtual’ subs largely pleased with service value

According to analyst firm The Diffusion Group (TDG), although virtual pay-TV services are immature and years away from ‘five-9’ reliability, subscribers overwhelmingly consider service value to be very solid. In…

iFlix: Piracy our top competitor, not TV

According to Patrick Grove, co-founder and chairman of VoD platform iFlix, the service’s main competitor is not traditional television, but piracy. Speaking on CNBC’s Managing Asia, Grove said…