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Forecast: 143m will use voice control by 2022

Forecast: 143m will use voice control by 2022

UK analyst group Rethink Technology Research has published a five year forecast on Voice Control of TV entertainment through remote controls entitled Voice Control of the TV – Decision time…

Study: TV ads drive teens’ junk food craving

Study: TV ads drive teens’ junk food craving

Teenagers who watch more than three hours of commercial TV a day are more likely to eat hundreds of extra junk food snacks, according to a report by charity Cancer…

France: 54% watch TV with a 2nd screen

With an average of 6.4 screens per home in France, each is used for specific purposes, and by different users, according to a report from measurement company Médiamétrie. The television…

Study: Top 5 ways consumers prioritise TV time

Study: Top 5 ways consumers prioritise TV time

Today’s consumers have instant access to an unprecedented range of screen-based entertainment options – from live and on-demand TV, to videos on YouTube, to gaming, to social media.  One thing…

Poll: Understanding net neutrality means support

A GfK study is shedding light on one of the most talked-about subjects at this week’s CES conference in Las Vegas – net neutrality. Controversy continues to swirl over the…

TiVo: 20% of time spent consuming video

According to findings from entertainment technology and audience insights specialist TiVo, the average global viewer spends 4.4 hours each day watching video. Coupled with the global average of 28 minutes…

US: 74% use Connected TV daily

YuMe, a partner for video advertising leadership and innovation, has published a study commissioned with Nielsen on US consumers’ connected device ownership and use and the implications for advertisers. “We…

UK consumers: “Broadband ads dishonest and misleading”

Research by broadband comparison website Broadband Genie has discovered over two thirds (62 per cent) of the public do not feel broadband advertising is honest; while 30 per cent believe…

News still a key TV genre in India

For most markets it is ‘general entertainment’ that dominates viewing, and this is certainly the case in India. However, in the latest data from the country’s audience measurement system (Broadcast…

Analyst: Sports packages drive subscription choice

Analyst: Sports packages drive subscription choice

Research from Ampere Analysis has identified a large and affluent group of sports fans who can, and do pay, a significant premium to watch their favourite teams and competitions. The…

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