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PwC: US cord-cutting slowing

Cord-cutting in the US is less than forecast and fewer users see themselves dropping pay-TV in the future, according to a survey by PwC in the US. Entitled Videoquake 4.0:…

Australia: TV accounts for 86.5% of all viewing

Australia: TV accounts for 86.5% of all viewing

The Q3 2016 Australian Multi-Screen Report – from Regional TAM, OzTAM and Nielsen – shows Australian homes have more screens, channel and platform choices than ever before. These choices deliver greater opportunities to watch television and other video,…

Time spent with major media on rise in Europe

Time spent with major media on rise in Europe

Individuals in France, Germany and the UK, the three countries studied by research firm eMarketer, are spending increasingly more time with media, largely as a result of media multitasking on…

Europe: 15% trust their ISP for smart home services

Parks Associates research shows 10-15 per cent of broadband households in the UK, France, Germany, and Spain would trust their broadband service provider for smart home products or services, roughly…

Pay-TV subs watch less than half their channels

Almost half (49 per cent) of premium digital pay-TV customers in the UK are watching less than a fifth of the channels included in their TV packages, according to new…

15% who try VR then buy headset

15% who try VR then buy headset

Research from Parks Associates reveals 50 per cent of consumers who try a VR (virtual reality) headset enjoy it and make plans to purchase one, while 15 per cent who…

Research: Broadband a modern-day essential

Research from UK consumer body Which? finds that nine in 10 people think a broadband connection is essential to their everyday life alongside other essentials such as food, housing and…

Report: Content piracy becoming fully-fledged business

Findings from digital platform security specialist Irdeto indicate that content theft by pirates has become a fully-fledged business and a formidable competitor to established pay-TV operators. According to the data,…

Netflix: “Watching TV boosts movie consumption”

Netflix: “Watching TV boosts movie consumption”

According to research from Netflix, a new trend in watching has emerged with more than 30 million Netflix members around the world weaving film into their binge routines. After finishing…

Europe leads in mobile sports viewing

Ooyala, a Telstra subsidiary and specialist in video publishing, workflow, analytics and monetisation, has released its Q3 2016 Global Video Index highlighting business insights based on the online viewing trends…