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Research: Harry Potter most popular movie franchise

Research: Harry Potter most popular movie franchise

Research by FandomSpot reveals that Harry Potter is the most popular movie franchise in the world – number one in a total of 75 countries, including the US, Canada, and…

Italy: Smart TV viewing up 39%

Italy: Smart TV viewing up 39%

An estimated 22 million Italians watched content on a Smart TV in the period from October 1st 2020 to May 21st 2021 – a 39 per cent rise on the…

Study: Illegal streaming widespread in Sweden

Study: Illegal streaming widespread in Sweden

Mediavision’s latest study on piracy in the Nordics concludes that illegal streaming and downloading of films and TV series is widespread in the region. There are around 3 million who…

Survey: Financing confusion affects phone purchasing

Survey: Financing confusion affects phone purchasing

According to findings from revenue and device security specialist Trustonic, there is widespread confusion among consumers in the UK around whether or not they have taken out financing on their…

Research: 46% US homes have 4 or more SVoDs

Research: 46% US homes have 4 or more SVoDs

Coinciding with its fourth annual Future of Video event, research firm Parks Associates has shared its latest data and insights showing that 46 per cent of US broadband households subscribe…

Forecast: 580m 5G subs by year end

Forecast: 580m 5G subs by year end

Communication technologist Ericsson projects that 5G mobile subscriptions will exceed 580 million by the end of 2021, driven by an estimated one million new 5G mobile subscriptions every day. The…

Research: Over 1m workers will watch Euro 2020 in pub

Research: Over 1m workers will watch Euro 2020 in pub

More than one million UK employees are planning to ‘work’ from the pub for football matches kicking off during office hours, according to research by Uswitch, the comparison and switching…

Research: 61% Brits watching more sport on phone

Research: 61% Brits watching more sport on phone

Research from Sky Mobile reveals more than a third of Brits (37 per cent) watch their favourite sports via their smartphone at work, with over a quarter (27 per cent)…

Study reveals most-visited websites

Study reveals most-visited websites

Following the revelation by communications regulator Ofcom that the UK is online more than any other European nation, web technology provider Fasthosts.co.uk has updated its findings on the busiest websites;…

Research: Millions have missed a goal due to broadcast lag

Research: Millions have missed a goal due to broadcast lag

Nearly 15 million people have had goals spoiled because the broadcast they were watching was lagging behind the live action, according to research by Uswitch, the comparison and switching service.…

Prediction: Pandemic-driven online adoption habits to remain

Prediction: Pandemic-driven online adoption habits to remain

The move to handling essential elements of everyday life online, prompted by the Global Covid-19 pandemic, will remain a fundamental reality for people around the world long after the pandemic…

Research: Churn hitting SVoDs

Research: Churn hitting SVoDs

According to research by analyst firm Interpret, only 20 per cent of streaming subscribers are content to stay with their current providers. The aggressive marketing of new streaming services is…

Study: Disney+ tops US streaming satisfaction

Study: Disney+ tops US streaming satisfaction

When Covid-19 forced Americans to stay home, many turned to streaming, taking solace in their ability to binge-watch entertainment of all shapes and sizes. But it was only a matter…

Study: 2021 a year lived online

Study: 2021 a year lived online

UK adults spent more time online on desktop, smartphones or tablets in 2020 than comparable European countries according to Ofcom’s annual study into the nation’s online habits. Ofcom’s Online Nation 2021…

Survey: £160m UK music live streaming opportunity

Survey: £160m UK music live streaming opportunity

Finding from a survey carried out by live entertainment technology company PUSH LIVE reveals the valuable untapped opportunities event organisers can leverage by live streaming to help rebuild the UK’s…

Survey: 15% US adults ‘smartphone-only’ net users

Survey: 15% US adults ‘smartphone-only’ net users

Smartphone ownership and home broadband adoption in the US are up slightly since 2019. And 30 per cent of Americans say they at least sometimes experience problems connecting to Internet…

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