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55% of US broadband homes subscribe to OTT

Fifty-five per cent of US broadband households subscribe to an OTT video service, opening up new opportunities for cloud solutions, according to Parks Associates. “Over 50 per cent of US broadband households have at least

Netflix streaming volume up 350%


According to research from The Diffusion Group (TDG), Netflix streaming has increased 350 per cent during the last 10 quarters. growing from two billion hours in Q4-11 to seven billion hours as of Q2-14. The study, Netflix 2014 – Domestic Dominance, International Escalation, presents TDG’s latest analysis of Netflix and examines subscriber growth and hours streamed, and offers domestic forecasts […]

Spain: Pay-TV up 1.1%

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The Spanish pay-TV market grew by 1.1 per cent to a total of 3,969,823 customers in the second quarter of the year, with Movistar TV with a growth of 31 per cent, as its main driving force. In comparison with the same period last year, the sector registered an additional

Network upgrades improve ISP, TV performance and reliability

The number of performance quality, reliability and connection speed problems has declined from last year as TV and Internet service providers (ISP) continue to upgrade their networks to newer technology and faster connection speeds, according to the three US wireline studies released today: the J.D. Power 2014 US Residential Television Service Provider Satisfaction Study; the J.D. Power 2014 US Residential […]

Digital radio sales plummet


Digital radio sales have hit a six-year low according to Ofcom, with a period of consecutive growth in digital’s share of listening coming to a halt. Despite a cross-industry marketing campaign,1.7 million digital audio broadcasting (DAB) sets were sold in the year to the end of June this year, down 9.1 per cent on the previous 12 months and the […]

Creative Future welcomes content availability study

Ruth Vitale, Executive Director of Creative Future, the grass-roots coalition which unites those who value American creativity and innovation in the fight against content theft, has welcomed publication of a study from KPMG – Film and TV Title Availability in the Digital Age – which reveals that the vast majority of the most popular films and television shows are actually […]

Kantar: Twitter can improve TV ratings


Twitter activity can provide key insights into TV viewing for brands and broadcasters, complementing existing TV ratings. A study by Kantar Media – A Year in the Life of TV and Twitter – provides an in-depth look at the relationship between what users say and read about on Twitter and what they watch in the UK. The independent report finds […]

Report: Most top movies, TV shows available legally online

Largely debunking the argument that online piracy is driven by the lack of availability of top movie and TV titles, a study carried out by consultancy firm KPMG on behalf of NBCUniversal looking at the availability of the most popular and critically acclaimed film and TV titles on legal digital streaming and download services has found that relatively high proportions […]

IHS’s Bisson: “Risk of cord-cutting constant”


A major study from IHS Technology first revealed by August 1 has confirmed that a number of pay-TV markets saw declines in their subscriber numbers in Q1 this year. Moreover, the report says that IPTV and satellite-delivered subscriber growth has slowed. However, cable and pay-DTT growth is suffering “the greatest levels of cord-cutting”. IHS’s senior analyst and director Guy […]

ITV Encore’s ‘Lucan’ most talked about TV brand in Q2

Research from Nielsen shows that the drama Lucan, screened on newly-launched channel ITV Encore, drives more brand conversations per viewer in the UK than any other drama in Q2 2014. Nielsen has joined forces with Keller Fay, the consumer conversation experts, to provide a unique dataset for advertisers and media buyers that identifies where to find the most influential TV […]

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