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Mobile bumps TV as America’s first screen

Mobile  analytics firm Flurry, owned by Yahoo, has found that time spent on mobile devices grew in the US by 9.3 per cent – from 2 hours and 42 minutes to 2 hours and 57 minutes – in the past nine months. That is almost 3 hours per day spent on mobile devices by the average American consumer, while time […]

Broadband equipment market flat Q3, PON grows

Market research firm Infonetics Research has released vendor market share and preliminary analysis from its Q3 PON, FTTH, and DSL Aggregation Equipment and Subscribers report. “PON (passive optical network) was the only broadband aggregation equipment category to grow in the third quarter of 2014, and it was up just 1 per cent sequentially, led by

NATPE, CEA continue viewing research project

NATPE||Content First and the Consumer Electronics Association (CEA) have for a second consecutive year jointly commissioned a consumer research study, this time to gather insight into the content discovery process and alternatives to live TV viewing. Findings from the two-phase study will be presented in two co-branded research reports at the 2015 International CES and NATPE||Miami in January 2015 with […]

Cross-screen video campaigns on the rise

Research from Videology, the video advertising technology platform, has found advertisers are increasingly running video campaigns across multiple devices, including computers, mobile and connected TV. The Q3 research showed that

90% will own mobile phone by 2020

The latest edition of the Ericsson Mobility Report, a comprehensive update on mobile trends leveraging big data from live networks worldwide, reveals that proliferation of mobile technology continues at a rapid pace: 90 per cent of the world’s population over six years old is predicted to have a mobile phone by 2020. Furthermore, by 2020 smartphone subscriptions are forecast to […]

Top UK pay-TV packs top £1,000 a year

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The top TV packages from Sky, Virgin Media and TalkTalk, which include all the premium content and best available broadband speeds, all now cost more than £1,000 (€1,251) a year. According to media regulator Ofcom, the average revenue per user made by TV companies has “increased as pay-TV subscribers have taken up more premium products”. Recent figures show

Media M&A at 3 year high

A record number of media and entertainment (M&E) companies expect to pursue M&A deals during the next 12 months, according to a recent survey of over 1600 senior executives, of which 94 were from the M&E companies, in more than 60 countries conducted by EY for the 11th Capital Confidence Barometer: Media & Entertainment. The study further reveals that C-suite […]

US Q3 pay-TV subs down 150K

Finding from Leichtman Research Group suggest that the thirteen largest pay-TV providers in the US – representing about 95 per cent of the market –lost about 150,000 net video subscribers in Q3 2014, compared to a loss of about 25,000 video subscribers in Q3 2013, and more net losses than in any previous third quarter. The top pay-TV providers account […]

Connected TV gains momentum in Spain

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Specific online content and better Internet connections are driving the growth of connected TV in Spain, with a quarter of connected TV users saying they are watching less linear TV and over half of users turning to Smart TVs to access connected services. This is the main conclusion from a report by trade organisation IAB Spain that reveals

Live OTT viewing up 214%

FreeWheel has published its Q3/14 Video Monetisation Report: Digital TV’s Time is Now. After having been touted as an integral part of TV’s future for some time, FreeWheel believes it is now clear from the behaviour of consumers, publishers, advertisers, and investors that digital video is paramount to the future of TV. Since last year authenticated ad views have grown […]

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