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Report: UK and Japan the biggest binge-gamers

Report: UK and Japan the biggest binge-gamers

Across the globe people are binge-gaming longer than ever, increasing by seven per cent from 2019 to an average of four hours and 36 minutes, according to the latest State…

Italy: Online TV to surpass DTT in 2021

Italy: Online TV to surpass DTT in 2021

Online TV will reach 9.2 million Italian homes in 2021, compared to 5.9 million in 2019 (CAGR +25 per cent). Thus it will become the leading broadcast platform, surpassing DTT,…

Research: SVoD to gain ground following awards success

Research: SVoD to gain ground following awards success

Research from Parks Associates predicts SVoD services will benefit as their recognition during awards season in video entertainment continues to expand. For this year’s Golden Globes, Netflix, Hulu and Amazon…

YouTube leads Italian streaming rankings

YouTube dominates the Italian streaming rankings, with 35.4 million unique visitors in December 2019, or 90 per cent of the total audience, based on Comscore research complied by daily Italia…

Prediction: 6G set for 2030

Prediction: 6G set for 2030

The technology, media and telecommunications (TMT) practice at consultancy firm Deloitte has revealed a number of predictions for the sector in 2030 at the firm’s Media & Telecoms 2020 &…

Tesco claims Xmas ad campaign success

Tesco claims Xmas ad campaign success

UK supermarket chain Tesco has revealed the results of its Christmas campaign with Channel 4, ITV and Sky Media, suggesting the collaborative approach had strong recall and additional benefits. The…

Research: 1 in 3 UK prioritise content on-demand

Over a quarter (29 per cent) of UK consumers cite being able to watch content on demand, including the ability to download it to watch at a later date, as…

Study: Ad completion rate over 90% for premium content

The FreeWheel Council for Premium Video Europe (FWCE) has released its latest study, The Delicate Art of Balancing Ad Load, which aims to provide an overview of current ad load…

GSMA: Big gender gap in mobile internet access

A GSMA study shows that despite progress, the gender gap in mobile internet usage remains substantial, with over 300 million fewer women than men accessing the internet from a mobile…

Report: 74% plan to cancel pay-TV within 5 years

Report: 74% plan to cancel pay-TV within 5 years

Almost three-quarters of global video customers plan to stop paying for pay-TV services within five years, a study from Grabyo has found. Grabyo’s Value of Video Report 2020: The Consumer…

Research: 2019 US pay-TV subs loss nears 5m

Research: 2019 US pay-TV subs loss nears 5m

Findings from analyst firm Leichtman Research Group suggest that the largest pay-TV providers in the US – representing about 95 per cent of the market – lost about 4,915,000 net…

Study: Content source key when deciding what to watch

With today’s TV content available from a multitude of sources, does loyalty to TV content sources exist anymore? Hub’s Evolution of Video Branding study explores how US consumers feel about…

Research: Young children drive movie market to new highs

Research: Young children drive movie market to new highs

Families with young children in their home, particularly aged 10 and under, are making more trips to the cinema than other households, according to research by Ampere Analysis. In fact,…

Survey: 60% of kids multi-task while watching TV

Survey: 60% of kids multi-task while watching TV

Futuresource has released findings from its latest wave of Kids Tech international consumer research. The survey, interviewing children aged three to sixteen years, revealed that almost 60 per cent of…

Australia: 71% used SVoD service in 2019

Australia: 71% used SVoD service in 2019

A report from the Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA) shows 71 per cent of Australians with a TV set in the home used at least one paid video streaming…