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Adobe: Single sign-on drives TVE numbers

Adobe: Single sign-on drives TVE numbers

According to digital experience specialist Adobe, the adoption by TV Everywhere (TVE) providers of single sign-on (SSO) functionality has boosted TVE consumption significantly. Writing in the Adobe Blog, Blake Elmquist,…

Royal wedding tipped to break mobile viewing records

Royal wedding tipped to break mobile viewing records

The wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle next year could break records for how we tune-in, with experts at Ooyala expecting more people to watch on mobile devices (smartphones…

France: 5m watch content on non-TV screens daily

Every day in France, some 4.9 million individuals aged 4 and over watch TV programmes live or via catch up on Internet screens (computer, tablet or smartphone). This is up…

Tricolor TV, Eutelsat launch Territoria Tricolor

Tricolor TV, Russia’s leading TV operator, is taking a further step in audience expansion with a new service branded Territoria Tricolor, launched in partnership with Eutelsat Communications. The new satellite-based…

TV tribes drive service provider success

TV tribes drive service provider success

A survey of consumer behaviour has revealed five types of ‘Television Tribe’, each with very different patterns in the way they consume and pay for content. The study, Television Tribes,…

Survey: Security not key for connected device buyers

Survey: Security not key for connected device buyers

McAfee has published its third annual Most Hackable Holiday Gifts list to help consumers identify potential security risks associated with popular gifts this holiday season. The category of laptops, tablets…

AMC to enter US home entertainment market

US-based cinema chain AMC is to enter the US home entertainment market, suggesting it has “strong studio support” to be participants in the business. Speaking on the company’s Q3 2017…

US: 177m+ use 2nd screen device while watching TV

US: 177m+ use 2nd screen device while watching TV

US consumers are spending more time with their digital devices than ever before, and that holds true while they’re already watching something else. eMarketer estimates 177.7 million adults will regularly…

Digital boost for BBC Sport

Digital boost for BBC Sport

The BBC has announced plans to reinvent free-to-air sports broadcasting, with its biggest increase of live sport coverage in a generation. Over a thousand extra hours of live sport could…

US: 37% watch live sport on non-TV devices

US: 37% watch live sport on non-TV devices

NFL Football has the most enthusiastic fan base by far, according to a study by Adobe and TDG. Using a 10-point scale, where 1 means “definitely not a fan” and…