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Research: Co-viewing on increase

Research: Co-viewing on increase

While more and more Americans are watching video content – TV shows, movies, and short video – on their smartphones, research from MRI shows that video remains a highly social…

Deloitte: Smart speakers fastest-growing connected device

Business advisory firm Deloitte predicts that smart speakers – Internet-connected speakers with integrated digital assistants – will be the fastest-growing connected device in 2019, with 164 million units to be…

Ofcom study: How different groups use comms services

Ofcom study: How different groups use comms services

Differences in how certain groups use communications services are explained in regulator Ofcom’s latest Access and Inclusion research report. The report looks at how affordability, take-up and engagement with telecoms,…

Research: Dual play customers’ ‘loyalty’ risk

Customers who sign up for combined broadband and TV packages are being hit with loyalty penalties of up to £690 (€766) a year, according to research from UK consumer body…

Study: Over 65s four times more likely to share ‘fake news’

Over 65s are almost four times more likely to have shared ‘fake news’ on Facebook than younger generations, according to research published in the journal Science. On average, Facebook users…

Analysis: Personalisation tools reduce churn

Among the key findings from a recent churn reduction analysis pulled from entertainment technology and audience insights specialist TiVo’s Personalised Content Discovery Platform were that churn is directly related to long-term…

Roku: Streaming hours up 68%

Streaming platform and device specialist Roku has disclosed preliminary Q4 2018 data for two key operating metrics, active accounts and streaming hours, demonstrating continued momentum for the Roku platform as…

Forecast: US consumer tech sector nears $400bn

Forecast: US consumer tech sector nears $400bn

Artificial intelligence (AI) and fast connectivity – critical ingredients for the next era of category leaders such as smartphones, smart home devices and smart speakers – will drive the US…

Research: Brit mobile data usage up tenfold

Research: Brit mobile data usage up tenfold

Britons spend half as much time on the landline – but use ten times more mobile data – than just six years ago, as new research from comms regulator Ofcom…

France: 1.7m use smart speakers

France: 1.7m use smart speakers

Smart speakers such as Amazon Echo, Google Home, Apple’s Homepod and JBL’s Link Series have found a place in the daily lives of French people, becoming the new personal assistant…

UK study: Screen time ‘not harmful to children’

There is little evidence screen use for children is harmful in itself, according to guidance from leading paediatricians and published by the BBC. Parents should worry less as long as…

UK home entertainment market reaches £2.34bn

UK home entertainment market reaches £2.34bn

Figures released by industry trade body the British Association for Screen Entertainment (BASE) and based on data from the Official Charts Company and Futuresource Consulting, show that the UK home…

Amazon claims record-breaking device sales

Amazon claims record-breaking device sales

Customers purchased millions more Amazon Devices this holiday season compared to last year – the best-selling Amazon devices this holiday included all-new Echo Dot, Fire TV Stick 4K with all-new…

Survey: Live news & sports connect viewers with pay-TV

An annual survey on US consumer video viewing habits from advisory firm Altman Vilandrie & Company indicates that more than 60 per cent of US viewers now subscribe to paid…

Report: Addressable TV ‘next stage of evolution’

Report: Addressable TV ‘next stage of evolution’

Time spent viewing linear TV around the world may be declining but its reach remains unparalleled, while the spread of smart and connected TVs is set to open up new…

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