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PwC: IPTV ROI not easy

Companies implementing IPTV will need to manage their approach carefully in order to deliver a profit, according to PricewaterhouseCoopers. Companies need to ensure that their strategy and delivery offers an…

User demand could outpace bandwidth

Consumer and corporate Internet usage could outstrip network capacity both worldwide in two years time, according to 'The Internet Singularity, Delayed' study conducted by Nemertes Research. This study indicates that…

MRG IPTV Global Forecast: Stronger Market

Growth for IPTV Subs is projected from 13.5 million in 2007 to 72.6 million in 2011, roughly a 40 per cent compounded annual growth rate. With an emphasis on profitability,…

Ads: biggest upheaval in 50 years

The advertising industry is facing more upheaval in the next five years than in the previous half century, according to a new report. "The End of Advertising as We Know…

Kids now use Internet more than TV

According to research released by the European Interactive Advertising Association, 16- to 24-year-olds – a crucial audience for advertisers – are using the internet more often than TV for the…

IPTV growth strong, but ARPU challenges

Although growth of IPTV subscriptions in Europe are expected to grow five-fold by 2011 – to more than 25 million – a new study from Parks Associates finds that operators…

Video phone sales to double by 2010

Sales of mobile video phones hit close to $58 billion (E40bn) worldwide in 2006 and are forecast to more than double to nearly $125 billion by 2010, says market research…

57% of DTR owners regularly time-shift their viewing

Top Up TV has revealed the results of a customer survey that revealed 57 per cent of its customers regularly use their Digital Television Recorder (DTR) to time-shift more than…

40m IPTV households expected worldwide by 2010

Forecasts from analyst firm Canalys indicate the IPTV market will see rapid growth over the next three years, driven by telecom operators' desire to boost ARPU (average revenue per user)…

HD in 14% of US households

The Nielsen Company has reported that 13.7 per cent of TV households in the US are equipped with a HD television. Los Angeles has the highest penetration of HD Capable…

Far East Pay-TV piracy tops US$1.5 billion

In the latest survey of revenue leakage over the last 12 months to the regional pay-TV industry, conducted by the Cable & Satellite Broadcasting Association of Asia (CASBAA) and Standard…

Interest in Mobile TV continues to wane

Interest in mobile TV remains very low, with just 1 per cent using it in the past 12 months and only 3 per cent saying they were likely to try…

Asia-Pacific: 78% mobile TV viewers

The Asia-Pacific region is leading the adoption of mobile TV broadcasting. according to a new report from analyst firm Berg Insight. About 38 million viewers – almost 78 per cent…

Research says mobile video expands in US

M:Metrics, the mobile media authority, reports that the mobile video market in the US is growing. At 8 million in August, the total audience for those who viewed mobile video,…

TV watching remains at record levels

The Nielsen Company has reported that television watching in the US during the 2006-2007 television year (18 September 2006 to 23 September 2007) remained at the record levels set the…

Spectrum scarcity to block mobile TV until 2010?

The number of mobile broadcast TV subscribers in Western Europe is expected to pass 20 million by 2011, according to a report from Juniper Research. However, following the exit of…