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PwC: Digital consumers seek tailored content experiences

According to consultancy firm PwC, it’s increasingly clear that consumers see no significant divide between digital and traditional media: what they want is more flexibility, freedom and convenience in when…

UK entertainment & media market worth £66bn by 2019

According to PwC’s latest Global Entertainment & Media Outlook 2015-2019, the UK Entertainment and Media (E&M) market is expected to grow by 3.2 per cent compound annually (CAGR) from 2014-2019…

Spain’s record 5 days of TV in May

Spain has broken its TV viewing record with Spaniards spending an average of 5 days (119 hours) in front of the TV in May, according to TV consultancy firm Barlovento…

97% of youth ‘bored’ despite owning 6 connected devices

97% of youth ‘bored’ despite owning 6 connected devices

MTV has published international research revealing that almost all (97 per cent) of more than 15,000 12 to 24-year-old respondents across 26 countries claimed to be affected by boredom, with…

Survey: US customers loathe pay-TV and ISPs

Mirroring recent findings released by Consumer Reports, customer satisfaction with information services – including subscription TV, Internet, wireless and fixed line telephone, and computer software – has dropped 3.4 per…

NZ: Movie piracy down, cinemas overpriced

NZ: Movie piracy down, cinemas overpriced

In a nationwide survey of 1650 movie watchers, The 2015 New Zealand Cinema Census has delivered a detailed picture of viewing habits. Commissioned by movie website Flicks.co.nz, “the Cinema Census…

Internet use to drive increase in media consumption

People around the world will spend more than eight hours a day consuming media this year. According to the Media Consumption Forecasts, a new report by ZenithOptimedia, people will spend…

US consumers dissatisfied with cablecos and ISPs

According to US consumer body Consumer Reports’ new telecom service ratings, consumers continued to express dissatisfaction with their TV and Internet providers, giving most poor reviews for value and overall…

Second screen users ignore TV ads

Second screen users ignore TV ads

Research has shown that the trend of using a smartphone or tablet whilst watching TV is distracting viewers and significantly damaging the impact of advertising campaigns. A study at Ohio…

Over half US households have connected TVs

Over half US households have connected TVs

Findings from Leichtman Research Group indicate that 56 per cent of all US households have at least one television set connected to the Internet via a video game system, a…