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Report: How Netflix won back US Latino subs

Report: How Netflix won back US Latino subs

After suffering a sharp decline in penetration among US Latino viewers in late 2018 and early 2019, Netflix has made a comeback due to its extensive investment in Spanish-language content,…

Analyst: SVoD stacking grows in US and Europe

In the US the proportion of TV viewers with three or more SVoD subscriptions has grown 6.6 percentage points since Q3 2018, while in Europe growth has been almost the…

EastEnders has record year on BBC iPlayer

Figures from the BBC reveal that across the year, iPlayer viewers requested to stream or download an episode of long-running soap Eastenders a record 234 million times, up 10 per…

Research: 25% US homes use AVoD services

Research from Parks Associates finds over one-quarter of US broadband households are interested in innovative offerings accessed via television, such as offline viewing, video gaming, food delivery, ride sharing, and…

Sky poll: Attenborough the ideal PM

Sky poll: Attenborough the ideal PM

Sir David Attenborough would be the nation’s dream Prime Minister. A survey of 2,000 adults revealed the popular broadcaster and naturalist beat the likes of Stephen Fry and Jeremy Clarkson…

Study: Connected TV extends ad reach

As consumers increasingly demand more focused and relevant advertising, a study reveals that connected TV (CTV) significantly extends reach, provides more interactivity and increases earned time over standard ad experiences.…

Survey: 96% of football fans want personalised TV channels

Survey: 96% of football fans want personalised TV channels

A recent survey of UK football fans revealed there is a significant appetite for personalised TV channels, with audiences willing to pay extra for access for content tailored to their…

Data: Disney+ app 41m downloads

Data: Disney+ app 41m downloads

Two months after Disney’s launch of its Disney+ SVoD service, Sensor Tower Store Intelligence data confirms that the service’s mobile app has now been downloaded nearly 41 million times across…

Research: TV #1 way to fuel passions

Research: TV #1 way to fuel passions

One of the biggest global studies ever undertaken to explore peoples’ passions reveals that when it comes to favourite pastimes including sports, food, home, motoring and nature & wildlife, people…

Study: 5G connections to reach 1.5bn

Study: 5G connections to reach 1.5bn

A study from Juniper Research has found that the total number of 5G connections will reach 1.5 billion globally by 2025, rising from only 5 million in 2019. This is…

Survey: SVoD fatigue among US consumers

Survey: SVoD fatigue among US consumers

The majority of Americans (59 per cent) are not willing to pay more than $20 a month for streaming TV services, according to a survey of more than 2,600 US…

Research: 5G won’t guarantee device upgrades

The smartphone will remain the dominant consumer device into the new decade, but the arrival of 5G will not guarantee a surge in device upgrades, according to new GSMA Intelligence…

Study: 13-24s’ TV password-sharing tendency

Study: 13-24s’ TV password-sharing tendency

Findings from Hub Entertainment Research’s Video Redefined study track the most popular video genres and formats among consumers today—including non-traditional forms of video entertainment. The study also measures the methods…

Study: US watching record full-length TV content

Horowitz’s State of Viewing and Streaming 2019 study found that US consumers today are watching more full-length TV content than ever before—an average of 6.2 hours a day—much of that…

Survey: Half of Brits want end of BBC licence

Survey: Half of Brits want end of BBC licence

A YouGov poll for The Times suggests that half of Britons support a commercial model for the BBC and would like the broadcaster to make its money through advertisements or…