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Research: Cord cutting is real

A survey from Wedbush Securities shows that US consumers, especially price-sensitive ones, are dumping pay TV services but sticking with the Internet. Whether cord cutting is a real danger or…

Research: DTT landmarks in Europe

Recent data from the MAVISE TV database, developed for the DG Communication of the European Commission by the European Audiovisual Observatory, shows the current status of the European television market.…

IPTV leads Spanish pay market, PPV collapses

Telefonica’s IPTV platform Movistar Imagenio continues leading the growth in Spain’s pay-TV market in terms of subscribers, whereas Sogecable-owned DTH platform Digital Plus is losing most. According to the latest…

Research: Mobile TV behaviour

“Mobile media usage continues to accelerate across the globe, driven by advancing technologies and the growing number of content options available to consumers,” said Mark Donovan, comScore senior vice president…

Research: Fast net subs to rise fourfold by 2014

Global subscribers to wideband telco services such as Fibre To The Home (FTTH) and VDSL are expected to rise at more than triple the rate of ADSL during the next…

Research: US cable subs more price sensitive

US consumers are less satisfied with their monthly pay-TV bills compared with last year, according to J.D. Power and Associates’ annual TV customer-satisfaction service survey – and cable subscribers are…

Research: OTT will need ‘trial and error’

Identifying the successful “new services,” licensing models, and associated “business models” will require continual trial and error, with no certainty of success says In-Stat. “The decline of retail video disc…

50m 3D TV sets in 2015

50m 3D TV sets in 2015

In 2013, according to ABI Research, market growth will start to accelerate, and shipments of 3D TV sets will approach 50 million in 2015. “The 3D TV market is moving…

Research: Consumers like new sources but won’t “cut cord”

Interest in and consumption of online media continues to grow and remain strong. While pay-TV operators have not yet seen a significant impact on their subscriber bases, early indicators suggest…

Digital strategy key to future success

Keynote speakers at MIPCOM’s Industry Outlook panel have suggested that strategic flexibility will be a critical weapon as major media companies face the challenges created by digital transformation. According to…