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Report: Global streaming consumption up 63%

Report: Global streaming consumption up 63%

Conviva has published its Q2 State of Streaming Report which shows that global streaming time was up 63 per cent year-on-year, with April up 81 per cent, May up 58…

Study: UK consumers want faster broadband after lockdown

Study: UK consumers want faster broadband after lockdown

Research into the changing habits of 2,000 UK consumers by consulting and IT services specialist NTT DATA UK shows that the Covid-19 lockdown has put connectivity front of mind for…

Research: Lockdown digital screen time myopia risk

Research: Lockdown digital screen time myopia risk

A group of medical researchers have reviewed the impact of increased digital device usage arising from lockdown measures instituted during the Covid-19 pandemic on myopia, and make recommendations for mitigating…

Thailand: Anti-piracy website

Thailand: Anti-piracy website

Thailand’s Department of Intellectual Property (DIP), the Ministry of Digital Economy and Society (DES) and the National Broadcasting and Telecommunications Commission (NBTC) have unveiled a new website blocking provisions for…

Research: Brits want to keep home-working

Research: Brits want to keep home-working

Flexible, remote working means many office workers are unlikely to heed calls for a return to the office, with new research from multiplay telco O2 revealing that almost half (45…

Ofcom: Lockdown doubles SVoD screen time

A surge in screen time during lockdown saw UK adults spend 40 per cent of their waking day watching TV and online video services, broadcast regulator Ofcom has found in…

Report: Global Internet disruptions spiked in March

Internet and Cloud Intelligence company ThousandEyes has revealed the findings of its inaugural 2020 Internet Performance Report, a first-of-its-kind study of the availability and performance of Internet-related networks, including those…

Study: UK SVoD growth slows after Disney+ surge

Study: UK SVoD growth slows after Disney+ surge

Findings from data, insights and consulting company Kantar’s Q2 2020 Entertainment On Demand service suggest that after a surge of 6 million SVoD sign-ups during the three months to April,…

Comscore: US home data use up 28% in June

Comscore: US home data use up 28% in June

During the Covid-19 pandemic, in-home device usage has surged in the US as millions of Americans complied with stay-at-home orders. Continued research from Comscore shows that, while the gap is…

Research: Connectivity problems under lockdown

Eight and a half million UK households suffered work, schooling or entertainment disruption, or were cut off from their families, thanks to Internet connection problems during the Covid-19 lockdown, a…

Research: Children turn to video games in lockdown

Research: Children turn to video games in lockdown

Children continue to turn their attention to video gaming, with its role taking an ever-more influential position in the daily habits and pursuits of 3 to 16-year-olds. While the lure…

Research: Broadband boosts Ireland wellbeing

People across Ireland have relied heavily on broadband to support their physical and mental health while staying at home during the ongoing Covid-19 public health crisis – with the majority…

Report: Linear TV remains dominant viewing form in 2019

Report: Linear TV remains dominant viewing form in 2019

Despite declines in viewership, linear television still remains the dominant form of TV viewing for consumers across the US, UK and other major economies, according to Omdia. Linear TV accounted…

Ofcom researches attitudes to PSB

Ofcom researches attitudes to PSB

UK broadcast regulator Ofcom has published new research to explore the relationship that people have with public service broadcasting. This research is designed to help inform Ofcom’s work on the…

Friends is most-watched show on HBO Max

Friends is most-watched show on HBO Max

HBO Max has revealed that Friends is its number one performing show. Despite ending over 15 years ago, after 10 seasons, WarnerMedia paid $425 million for the rights to the…

Research: Partnerships key to OTT survival

Pre-Covid 19, competition within the OTT market had already been intensifying, with the launch of a plethora of new platforms offering more choice than ever before. During lockdown, it’s no…

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