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Sony confirms PS4 replacement

Sony president Kenichiro Yoshida told the FT that “it’s necessary to have a next-generation hardware”, but he declined to say whether the successor would be branded the PlayStation 5. The…

BARB launches multiscreen audience reporting

BARB, the official source of UK television viewing figures, has begun to report multiple-screen television programme ratings. For the first time, BARB is producing daily viewing figures which break down…

Survey: 52% US teens aim to reduce mobile screen time

Amid roiling debates about the impact of screen time on teenagers, roughly half of those ages 13 to 17 are themselves worried they spend too much time on their cellphones.…

Nielsen: US live TV viewing up 16min in 6 months

Nielsen: US live TV viewing up 16min in 6 months

The amount of time Americans spend with media continues to increase, largely the result of the widespread connectivity and available content platforms. In just the few months since the end…

Microsoft joins Movies Anywhere

Digital content ownership ecosystem Movies Anywhere and Microsoft Movies & TV have joined forces, which they say will make it easier for film fans to access and grow their movie…

Ofcom: For 72% smartphone most important device

Ofcom: For 72% smartphone most important device

Most people in the UK are dependent on their digital devices, and need a constant connection to the Internet, following a decade of digital transformation, according to findings from Ofcom’s…

Turner Australia reveals kids viewing behaviour

Turner Australia reveals kids viewing behaviour

Turner Australia has unveiled the findings of its latest New Generations report at events in Melbourne and Sydney this week, lifting the lid on what makes Australian youngsters tick. The…

Amazon: Digital downloads a priority for vacation parents

Amazon: Digital downloads a priority for vacation parents

Nearly half of Brits (45 per cent) are more worried about keeping their kids entertained whilst travelling than they are about printing boarding passes, or exchanging foreign currency according to Amazon research.…

Study: US smartphone ownership nearing TV

Study: US smartphone ownership nearing TV

Smartphones continue their meteoric popularity and are now owned in 87 per cent of US homes, second only to televisions at 96 per cent ownership, according to Consumer Technology Association…

CBS All Access launches in Canada

CBS All Access launches in Canada

CBS All Access, CBS’s direct-to-consumer digital subscription video on-demand service, has launched in Canada, marking its first expansion into an international market. For C$5.99 (€3.82), CBS All Access will offer…

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