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Spain’s TV duopoly remains strong

Spain’s TV duopoly remains strong

The FTA TV duopoly of Mediaset and Atresmedia remains strong in Spain, with the groups controlling a combined 85.4 per cent of the TV ad share. The latest figures from…

Gracenote unveils entertainment data products

Gracenote, a Nielsen company is launching what it describes as “breakthrough” entertainment data products developed specifically for next-generation converged media platforms and services. The all-new Gracenote connected databases for Video,…

Analyst: Clear potential for VR headsets

Analyst: Clear potential for VR headsets

The latest global forecast from analyst firm CCS Insight for virtual reality (VR) and augmented reality (AR) devices reflects the relatively slow start to this nascent market. However, CCS Insight…

Smart TV, streaming media device collaboration

Growing preference for OTT content is catalysing demand for streaming media devices and Smart TVs, according to Global Smart TV and Streaming Media Devices Markets, Forecast to 2021, a part…

Analyst: Google dominates VR headset shipments

Google’s Cardboard VR ecosystem has a commanding share of shipments and installed base, but Samsung and Sony’s successful VR launches in 2016 see them split more than half of VR…

Report: China to dominate live streaming market

Before the upcoming Mobile World Congress 2017, Huawei X Labs and China Mobile Research Institute have jointly released the Mobile Video Report: China Trailblazing Mobile Live Video Market. The Report…

Report: Pace of 5G development beyond expectations

Viavi Solutions has released industry data on the state of 5G trials globally. Despite 5G standards not being expected until 2020, 25 mobile operators have already announced that they are…

Slow broadband top new home annoyance

Slow broadband top new home annoyance

Slow broadband speed at peak-times has been cited as the number one unexpected home-mover bugbear, according to a survey of 3,000 Brits. Indeed, many wouldn’t have moved at all had…

Survey: Majority prefer ISP-provided Wi-Fi gear

Seventy-eight per cent of consumers across the US and UK would prefer if their Internet Service Providers (ISPs) provided them with their in-home Wi-Fi networking gear, versus purchasing it themselves,…

Copyright education campaign reaches over 2bn

Copyright education campaign reaches over 2bn

UK pro-copyright consumer education body the Industry Trust for IP Awareness has revealed that its well-established campaign, Moments Worth Paying For, has reached over two billion consumers in six years…