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Media companies to capitalise on IoT opportunities

With billions of devices expected to be connected in the coming years, media and entertainment (M&E) companies are well-positioned to seize an early advantage as an enabler and receiver of…

UK ad market up again

UK ad market up again

UK advertising is set to see the seventh successive year of recovery and the nation will remain one of the fastest-growing media markets in 2016 with +6.3 per cent increase…

Big screen TV shipments surge in China

Demand in the Chinese market for TVs with screen sizes 55-inches and larger remains strong, as sharply declining prices in the category fuel consumer upgrade activity. With many new Chinese…

Only 14% of UK subscribe for music

Only 14% of UK subscribe for music

Only 14 per cent of the British public pays for a music streaming subscription, according to research by trade paper Music Week. The research also showed that one in 10…

FreeWheel calls for programmatic reform

The FreeWheel Council for Premium Video has published its position paper, Reconstructing Programmatic for Premium Video, detailing how programmatic models need to align with premium video’s unique characteristics. “Industry stakeholders…

Euro 2016 record streaming traffic

Euro 2016 record streaming traffic

Despite its regional nature, the ongoing UEFA Euro 2016 football tournament will drive record levels of Internet traffic, according to Ian Munford, director of product marketing, media solutions, Akamai, who…

MAGNA: Global ad market to grow 5.4% in 2016

Globally, media owner advertising revenues will grow by +5.4 per cent in 2016, to $480 billion, and by 3.1 per cent in 2017, acording to MAGNA Intelligence. That compares with…

Third of Irish adults would ditch TV licence

Irish adults are considering scrapping their TV licences as online TV viewing increases, Pure Telecom has found. The telco commissioned a survey that revealed more than one-third of adults would…

BBC: 2.3m watch England v Wales online

BBC Online attracted record breaking digital figures for the home nations Euro 2016 clash between England and Wales on June 16th with 2.3 million unique browsers watching online, more than…

Millennials watch more YouTube than TV on mobiles

Data from comScore and Barb for the first quarter of 2016 shows that YouTube reached more 18 to 34 year olds via mobile devices than any commercial TV channel in…