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Analyst: UK pay-TV in continued decline

Analyst: UK pay-TV in continued decline

The uptake of pay-TV among UK TV households is set to decline by 7.5 per cent by 2023 according to analysts at consultancy firm Broadcast Intelligence. As the SVoD market…

Facebook drops out of Interbrand’s Top 10 Brands

Facebook drops out of Interbrand’s Top 10 Brands

Uber and LinkedIn have joined the ranks of the world’s most valuable brands as they made their debut in the 2019 Interbrand Best Global Brands Report. But the 20th edition…

IABM: Broadcast & media industry buoyant despite squeeze

IABM has released its latest Buying Trends Report – built on analysis of qualitative evidence gathered from broadcast and media companies immediately prior to IBC 2019, together with quantitative data…

Analyst: Gaming accessories break $3bn barrier

Analyst: Gaming accessories break $3bn barrier

The gaming accessories market continues its ascent, with 76 million units shipped worldwide in 2018, according to the Gaming Headsets and Accessories report from research firm Futuresource Consulting. This represents…

Marvel social media responses 2100% higher than industry average

Marvel social media responses 2100% higher than industry average

With the Marvel Cinematic Universe evolving its roster – including several new, original shows on the Disney+ streaming service – it leaves fans wondering what comes next. One of the…

Sports rights 26% of global content spend in 2018

Sports rights 26% of global content spend in 2018

Research from Ampere Analysis finds that over one quarter of all content spend worldwide is devoted to sports rights. In 2018, 26 per cent of global content spend was focused…

Research: 52% kids multi-task while watching TV

Research: 52% kids multi-task while watching TV

As new video platforms continue to proliferate and entertainment trends evolve, children are consuming increasing amounts of content from a wider variety of sources, and often multi-tasking to fit more…

Survey: Gaming ‘default’ entertainment for 42% young males

Survey: Gaming ‘default’ entertainment for 42% young males

A study from Hub suggests that gaming is not only compelling entertainment, but also a forum where friendships are created and maintained – especially for young men. Highlights from Hub’s…

Research: Quality of UI more important than content recommendation

Research: Quality of UI more important than content recommendation

Research from Parks Associates finds 70 per cent of US broadband households with a major video service consider its user interface to be good, with 48 per cent rating it…

Research: TV preferred media access device

Research from Amdocs Media which explores the media consumption preferences of UK consumers suggests that the television is the most popular means of accessing their media subscription services (video, music…

Forecast: US TV ad-spend to dip

As more customers turn to digital options for their video entertainment, TV ad spending is flattening. In eMarketer’s latest report on US digital video, the market research company forecasts that…

Survey: Australians overwhelmed by streaming options

Australian consumers are feeling overwhelmed with the number of content streaming options available in the media landscape, according to Deloitte’s eighth annual Media Consumer Survey. The streaming battleground has confused audiences,…

Greece, Saudi Arabia, Thailand climb Netflix Speed Index

Greece, Saudi Arabia, Thailand climb Netflix Speed Index

September saw sizable movement in Saudi Arabia on the Netflix ISP Speed Index – a monthly update on which Internet Service Providers (ISPs) provide the best prime time Netflix streaming…

Eutelsat: 190 UHD channels now active

Eutelsat: 190 UHD channels now active

Eutelsat’s Michel Chabrol (SVP/New TV Formats), speaking at the opening session of the MIPCOM programming market, said that its data shows that there are now 190 Ultra-HD channels or feeds…

IHS: 4K display shipments top 60% in key markets

IHS: 4K display shipments top 60% in key markets

Consumers are buying into 4K displays in record numbers. In some important markets, shipments of UHD displays are more than 60 per cent, and growing. Paul Gray, Research & Analysis…

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