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Italian DTT 82% penetration

Since the beginning of 2011, more than 1 million new households have installed a stand-alone DTT box in their home, while nearly 2.8 million DTT receivers (including integrated TVs and…

Another study says 3D TV will grow 500% in 2011

Another study says 3D TV will grow 500% in 2011

A second study (see 3D TV shipments up 500% in 2011 May 6th) has predicted the 3D TV set market is poised to grow dramatically in 2011—by almost 500 per…

Pay-TV subs fare well in face of free OTT

Market research firm Infonetics Research has released excerpts from its Cable, Satellite, and IPTV Video Services and Subscribers report, which tracks the telco IPTV, cable video, and satellite video markets.…

Ireland: Two-thirds unaware of ASO

Ireland’s Communications Minister Pat Rabbitte has published a report on TV viewing methods in Ireland which reveals that only about one-third of Irish terrestrial TV homes were aware of analogue…

VoD profits not offsetting DVD decline

VoD profits not offsetting DVD decline

A newly-released SNL Kagan study reveals that 2010 was similar to 2009 in that the domestic box office hit a record high, once again, while the domestic video retail market…

Research: 33x mobile traffic growth predicted

The UMTS Forum has predicted that voice and data traffic on mobile networks will grow more than 30-fold during the decade ahead. In a new report – Mobile traffic forecasts…

DTH to overtake cable by 2015 in Western Europe

Western Europe posted over 182 million TV households at end-2010, 40 per cent of which are watching TV via terrestrial platforms, 27 per cent via cable and about 26 per…

MPA: Asia pay TV must invest to profit

Economic growth and multi-platform competition will fuel the consumption of pay-TV and broadband in Asia Pacific. But, says Media Partners Asia (MPA), this growth depends on investment in content, distribution…

Facebook, Twitter are TV’s new power brokers

Digital media research company Futurescape has revealed how Facebook and Twitter are now considered power brokers for the global television industry.  They say their ability to create new business opportunities…

Pace takes Moto STB crown

Pace in 2010 became the world’s No. 1 seller of set-top boxes in terms of unit shipments on an annual basis, surpassing Motorola, new IHS Screen Digest research indicates. Pace’s…