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Research: 56% UK homes have SVoD

Research: 56% UK homes have SVoD

Data insights and consulting company Kantar has launched its new Entertainment On Demand service in the UK, designed to help entertainment industry and investors understand the full entertainment subscription service…

Research: 29% US own smart speaker & smart home device

Parks Associates research finds that smart speakers are serving as a gateway to smart home adoption, as 16 per cent of US broadband households purchased a smart speaker prior to…

Report: China keeping pay-TV market on the up

Ampere’s pay-TV market bellwether represents a set of over 70 reporting companies which account for roughly half of the world’s one billion pay-TV subscribers. Across this group of companies, Q1…

Research: Lockdown sees UK PSB viewing boost

UK comms regulator Ofcom has published its regular research on how people are receiving and acting on news and information during the coronavirus pandemic. The report summarises the findings from…

Research: Lockdown sees younger viewers turn to UKTV classics

Research: Lockdown sees younger viewers turn to UKTV classics

Multichannel programmer UKTV says it is outpacing television’s general upward viewing trend during lockdown with its mix of bold originals and classic programming proving a hit with younger viewers. The…

Research: UK lockdown drives comms app usage

Research: UK lockdown drives comms app usage

UK multiplay telco EE, a BT Group company, has released its Mobile Network data report from February to May 2020, tracking the changing trends and habits of the UK’s most…

Australia: Disney+ hits 2m subs in 4 months

Data from Roy Morgan shows Disney+ continuing its stellar growth with over 2 million Australians now using the SVoD service after only launcing in the country four months ago. As…

Research: US lockdown drives broadband service upgrades

According to research from actionable intelligence firm The Diffusion Group (TDG), 7 per cent of US broadband households upgraded their service in April 2020, a rate that varies dramatically relative…

Covid-19 sees 25% of Q3 US TV ads cancelled

Covid-19 has seen US advertisers cancel 15 per cent to 25 per cent  of the Q3 advertising time bought during the 2019-20 upfront reports Cable & Broadcast. Executives said the…

Study: Which countries have best-rated Netflix content?

Study: Which countries have best-rated Netflix content?

Netflix is currently available in over 190 countries, but the shows and movies on the service are different in every country. VPN provider Surfshack used Flixwatch, the largest Netflix database…

Study: UK confused about 5G

Study: UK confused about 5G

With 5G conspiracy theories prompting a spate of attacks on mobile network infrastructure and essential workers across the UK, a study from mobile network benchmarking firm Global Wireless Solutions (GWS),…

ASA: Kids’ exposure to gambling & alcohol ads remains low

UK advertising regulator the ASA has published its latest report on children’s exposure to TV ads for alcohol and gambling, providing exposure figures for 2019. The UK advertising rules contain…

Analyst: 5G to transform media landscape

Analyst: 5G to transform media landscape

While 2019 has seen the first deployments of 5G in the consumer domain, 2020 will be the year of large scale commercial 5G roll-outs across the globe. In line with…

Analysis: M&E to take $160bn Covid-19 hit

The latest forecast revisions from Ampere Analysis reveal that the global entertainment sector is set to lose $160 billion (€146bn) of growth as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic over…

Survey: Millennials most interested in HBO Max

Survey: Millennials most interested in HBO Max

Television analytics platform TV Time has conducted a survey to gauge awareness and interest to subscribe to HBO Max prior to launch and what content appeals most to viewers, with…

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