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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…

Doctor Who sets DVR record

The first episode of this year’s Doctor Who, entitled ‘The Impossible Astronaut’, has set a DVR record. Kantar Media’s analysis of BARB data – the official UK TV ratings –…

Netflix is now 30% of US peak traffic

Netflix is now 30% of US peak traffic

Sandvine has released its Global Internet Phenomena Report: Spring 2011, including Internet trends from North America, Latin America and Europe, with specific spotlights on events such as Netflix adoption. Overall…

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.…

Carriers identify critical IP STB features

Market research firm Infonetics Research has released excerpts from its STB Features and Vendor Leadership: Global Service Provider Survey, which captures service providers‚ requirements for IP-based STBs to deliver video…

UK superfast broadband faces setbacks

Britain’s ambitions to have the best superfast broadband in Europe have been hit by a double blow over the past six months according to broadband analysts Point Topic. The roll-out…

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…

Research: CEE IPTV revenues to reach €270m

Bundled services provision has become one of the most successful ways to prevent customers from churning in telecoms world in Central and Eastern Europe (CEE). One of their main components…

Research: ABC tops ‘Must Keep’ TV brands

ABC is back on top as the leading ‘must keep’ TV brand in the US and even potential cord-cutters have their list of networks and cable channels they can’t do…