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Survey: Brits fear too many devices using WiFI this Xmas

With broadband a political priority ahead of a Christmas General Election, the need for better connectivity could not be clearer, but research from Zen Internet highlights the fears of the…

Report: Short-form streaming originals to boom

Report: Short-form streaming originals to boom

Snapchat, Facebook Watch and Quibi are driving a boom in short-form content according to a report by Ampere Analysis. Already making up 9 per cent of all VoD series globally,…

Survey: Connectivity cravings drive 5G appetite

With US households now supporting an average of 11 connected devices, including seven smart screens to view and interact with content, the consumer has never had more desire for faster,…

Survey: Only 20% women say they see women like themselves on screen

Research from Sky has revealed attitudes towards the representation of women in film and TV. Only one in five women say they often see women like themselves represented on screen,…

Analysis: EPL on Amazon extends reach to 72%

Analysis: EPL on Amazon extends reach to 72%

Amazon’s screening of English Premier League (EPL) football matches has extended the reach of live coverage of the competition’s games to nearly three-quarters of domestic fans, according to Richard Broughton,…

Forecast: New competition to encroach on Netflix & YouTube viewing

Netflix and YouTube may be the video platforms US adults are watching most, but their days at the top may be numbered. New services such as Disney+, HBO Max and…

Survey: 73% want ‘Big Tech’ regulated

Seven in ten people (73 per cent) want governments to do more to regulate Big Tech companies amid concerns with how their personal data is being used, an Amnesty International…

Report: EU online content piracy falling

Report: EU online content piracy falling

Consumption of pirated online film, television and music content in the EU is falling, according to a new report by the European Union Intellectual Property Office (EUIPO). The research shows…

Report: US consumers confused by 5G

Awareness of 5G is relatively high in the US market but significant confusion exists, according to advisory services, consulting and actionable market intelligence firm Strategy Analytics. Overcoming the confusion among…

AAPA welcomes EUIPO anti-piracy studies

AAPA welcomes EUIPO anti-piracy studies

The Audiovisual Anti-Piracy Alliance (AAPA) has welcomed two publications from the European Union Intellectual Property Office’s Observatory on IP Infringements. The first study – Illegal IPTV in the European Union…

Smart TV gaining momentum in Spain 

Some 57.5 per cent of Spaniards now owns a Smart TV, with 49 per cent connecting to the Internet through their set. Smart TV usage is becoming increasingly common in…

Study: Game Of Thrones has highest ‘franchisability’ 

Study: Game Of Thrones has highest ‘franchisability’ 

Content demand analytics company Parrot Analytics has unveiled a number of new TV industry metrics now available to its partners to monetise content around the globe, with Parrot Analytics CEO…

Research: Instagram, Snapchat rising rapidly as viewing platforms

Ampere Analysis has conducted research into the strategies of the digital studios – the creators of ‘made-for-social’ video. It’s a challenging, fast-paced market, where control of IP and the ability…

Ericsson: 2.6bn 5G subs by YE 2025

Ericsson: 2.6bn 5G subs by YE 2025

Comms technologist Ericsson expects the global number of 5G subscriptions to top 2.6 billion within the next six years, driven by sustained momentum and a rapidly developing 5G ecosystem. The…

Report: Facebook shedding users in Germany & France

Facebook users in France and Germany are leaving the social media platform even faster than expected. For the second forecast in a row, eMarketer has downgraded Facebook user growth in…

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