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Ericsson: 50% of TV viewing to be mobile

Ericsson: 50% of TV viewing to be mobile

Findings from the Ericsson ConsumerLab study suggest that linear and VoD viewing will be almost equal in just three years, with 50 per cent of all viewing being done on…

Israel: Elastic Media delivers Channel 2 to mobiles

Channel 2 News, Israel’s leading news broadcaster, has partnered with Elastic Media, a media-tech company, to deliver their broadcasts to smartphone and tablet devices in a new, fully personalised, interactive…

Survey: 58% UK smartphone owners watching video

More than half (53 per cent) of 16-75-year-olds in the UK use their smartphones while walking – the equivalent of around 22 million people – according to the latest research…

OONA partners with Telkom Indonesia

OONA partners with Telkom Indonesia

OONA, the company behind the OTT OONA Mobile App that can deliver content and live TV to millions of people in developing countries via 3G and 4G connectivity, has fulfilled…

Mobile video consumption flattens

Mobile video consumption flattens

According to the Q2 2017 Global Video Index from video software and services provider Ooyala, video consumption on mobile devices stayed essentially flat in the second quarter of 2017. The…

Research: UK prefers smartphone for Internet access

In 2017, for the first time, smartphones will be the preferred method to access the Internet among adults in the UK, according to research firm eMarketer’s latest time spent forecast.…

Mobibase, FNL Network distribution agreement

Mobibase, a TV channel and VoD provider that distributes content globally to any connected device, has signed a new distribution agreement with FNL Network, a fashion and lifestyle 24/7 news…

X-Mobility signs TVPlayer deal

X-Mobility signs TVPlayer deal

MVNA (Mobile Virtual Network Aggregator) x-Mobility has agreed a partnership with TVPlayer. The deal means that x-Mobility has added TV streaming to its voice, text and data services for brands…

Mobile devices to boost video viewing by 20% in 2017

Online video viewing will rise 20 per cent in 2017, according to Zenith’s Online Video Forecasts 2017. Global consumers will spend an average of 47.4 minutes a day viewing videos…

Research: Australians embrace new content and platform options

Research: Australians embrace new content and platform options

The Q1 (January-March) 2017 Australian Video Viewing Report – from audience research bodies Regional TAM, OzTAM and Nielsen – shows video viewing behaviour continues to shift with growing content, device…