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Analyst: High churn for Netflix and other OTT services

Findings from market research and consulting company Parks Associates suggest that annual churn rates for OTT entertainment services Netflix, Hulu Plus, and Amazon Prime are a sign of consumers testing…

Mobile to drive 20% boost in online video

The average amount of time each day people will spend consuming online video will increase by 23.3 per cent in 2015 and by a further 19.8 per cent in 2016,…

Research: Brits spend 14% of life watching TV

Britain is a nation of TV addicts, according to new research that reveals Britons spend more than seven full weeks a year in front of the telly, which adds up…

Netflix replaces live TV as youngsters’ viewing choice

Netflix replaces live TV as youngsters’ viewing choice

New findings from Hub Entertainment Research show that while cord cutting remains low, online TV is becoming the default for key TV segments and scenarios. In a very short time,…

OTT viewing higher in Gen X, kid households

A new study from market and consumer information source GfK sheds light on the how streaming video viewing is upending TV business models, including which Internet-connected devices and services different…

UK consumers give boost to legal downloading

A survey from the UK’s Intellectual Property Office (IPO) has revealed that 62 per cent of Internet users in the UK have downloaded or streamed music, TV shows, films, computer…

Survey: Binge-viewing has gone solo

Survey: Binge-viewing has gone solo

Findings from the Consumer Entertainment Index (CEI) produced by IP, video and broadband technology specialist ARRIS, suggest that binge-viewing has ‘gone solo’ in 2015. According to…

Research: Accessibility, affordability best anti-piracy tools

Research conducted by the Australian and UK Governments shows Australia has high levels of online copyright infringement and reinforces the need for international and industry cooperation to address piracy. Both…

80% expect to use video calling more in next 5 years

Research carried out by Alcatel-Lucent has revealed that consumers are increasingly looking to service providers to offer them high-definition voice and video calling services over LTE and Wi-Fi. In a…

Consumers most likely to share “inspiring” videos

Research revealing the most shareable online video content has been unveiled by video sharing and collaboration service StreamSafe. By analysing the 100 most shared videos online, StreamSafe‚Äôs research revealed that…