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Younger viewers turning to new electronic devices to watch movies

Younger viewers are leading the charge in embracing new devices for movie watching, according to findings from a national survey of online video viewers released at the NCTA 2011 Cable…

Netflix Streamers downgrade pay-TV services

Netflix Streamers downgrade pay-TV services

According to The Diffusion Group’s (TDG’s) latest analysis of ‘Netflix Streamers’ – those who stream Netflix content to their net-connected devices – the inclination to downgrade pay-TV services has doubled…

PwC: Golden age of the digitally empowered consumer

It’s the golden age of the empowered consumer, with the demand for digital experiences increasing and becoming the norm, according to the latest Global Entertainment & Media Outlook 2011-2015 from…

Research: Americans could give up cable

Over three-quarters of Americans (77 per cent) have watched a TV show on the Internet rather than on a traditional television, according to a poll by Harris Interactive. Over half…

Nielsen: Cable cord cutting is real

Nielsen: Cable cord cutting is real

Nielsen Media Research says a record number of American TV households are switching from cable to receiving video programming via an alternate delivery system (ADS), mostly via direct broadcast satellite,…

New features not strong drivers of new TV purchases

According to the DisplaySearch Global TV Replacement Study, the main reasons why people decide to buy a new TV are the same ones that have been cited for years: to…

Online video only 2.5% of traditional TV

TV Genius believes there are a lot of signs that the Internet isn’t killing TV at all – but actually making it better. Alongside the YouTube phenomenon, Netflix is also…

IPL online up 30%

IPL online up 30%

Season four of the IPL T20 cricket tournament saw a 31 per cent jump in online viewership, indicating growth and acceptance of online streaming for live sporting events in India…

Research: Pay-TV providers risk losing ‘Gen Y’ subs to new viewing options

Pay-TV providers are at risk of losing ‘Generation Y’ subscribers who are less attached to traditional television and more prone to finding a greater cost-benefit equation with alternative viewing platforms,…

CEA: 10% will cord cut

New research from trade group the Consumer Electronics Association (CEA) suggests consumers are relying less and less on over-the-air TV signals and few US households have interest in cancelling their…