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Study: Lockdown streaming habits persist

Study: Lockdown streaming habits persist

Samsung Ads Europe reveals in its latest report on the Samsung Smart TV landscape, Behind The Screens, that streaming habits, accelerated by the pandemic, have become routine as consumers adjust…

Research: Content availability key OTT differentiator

Research: Content availability key OTT differentiator

Consumer data from Parks Associates reveals that 39 per cent of OTT viewers access video services based on specific content available. “Content is key to OTT success, and the path…

Forecast: Smart TV VA transactions near $500m in 2023

Forecast: Smart TV VA transactions near $500m in 2023

A study from Juniper Research has found that spend through voice assistant-enabled smart TVs will reach nearly $500 million (€432.2m) in 2023; a sharp increase from the $126 million expected…

Report: Denmark has best mobile experience in the world

Report: Denmark has best mobile experience in the world

Denmark leads the way in Tutela’s 2021 Global Mobile Experience Report, with the highest Excellent Consistent Quality at 86.16 per cent. Tutela’s Excellent Consistent Quality metric represents how often connections…

Report: Over 1000 5G devices

Report: Over 1000 5G devices

The number of announced 5G devices continues to rise and has now passed the 1000 mark for the first time. There are now 1060 announced 5G devices, an increase of…

Forecast: Satellite IoT subs base to reach 15.7m by 2025

According to a research report from specialist IoT analyst firm Berg Insight, the global satellite IoT communications market is growing at a good steady pace. Despite the impact of the…

Nielsen tries again on streaming measurement

Nielsen tries again on streaming measurement

Nielsen is relaunching its streaming video measurement solutions under a new Nielsen Streaming Solutions banner. Broadcasters and streamers have been looking at alternatives for measuring across platforms and alternative metrics…

Analysis: US pay-TV to take $33bn cord-cutting hit

Analysis: US pay-TV to take $33bn cord-cutting hit

Video cord-cutting is expected to strip nearly $33.6 billion (€29.6bn) in annual revenue from traditional US multichannel services in the five-year outlook, according to analysis from Kagan. The impact of…

Survey: Streaming to be major video game driver

Survey: Streaming to be major video game driver

A survey of global consumers on their expectations and preferences around interacting with streaming video content from video games and interactive entertainment strategic research firm DFC finds that nearly all…

Study: MENA video needs “more edgy content”

Study: MENA video needs “more edgy content”

A White Paper from Comcast Technology Solutions, released ahead of Dubai’s CabSat, says that the MENA region offers “a thriving and dynamic market in which to operate for content, streaming…

Survey: Word of mouth outpaces social media, TV ads

Survey: Word of mouth outpaces social media, TV ads

A study released by R.R. Donnelley & Sons Company, a global provider of marketing and business communications, reveals that traditional marketing channels, including word of mouth, direct mail, and in-store…

Research: Minecraft most malware-infected game

Research: Minecraft most malware-infected game

According to data presented by the Atlas VPN team, 303,827 individuals’ devices were affected by gaming-related malware and unwanted software between July 1st 2020, and June 30th 2021. Mobile games…

Study: Brits prefer streaming to pay-TV  

Study: Brits prefer streaming to pay-TV   

Findings from connected device and platform specialist Roku’s study of UK consumer TV viewing behaviour and preferences show that TV streaming has reached a tipping point, with nine in 10…

Report: European broadcasters ramp up commissioning

Report: European broadcasters ramp up commissioning

A report by Ampere Analysis shows that Europe’s public service and commercial broadcasting groups have accelerated their commissioning activity as they emerge from pandemic into a rapidly shifting landscape. Many…

Research: Increased appetite for women’s sport

Research: Increased appetite for women’s sport

Public interest in women’s sport has risen during the pandemic with 21 per cent of UK adults saying they follow it more than they did 18 months ago, according to…

BBC’s Vigil most watched new drama in 3 years

BBC’s Vigil most watched new drama in 3 years

Vigil is UK television’s most watched new drama launch in three years, 30-day viewing data has revealed. The six-part submarine thriller’s first episode – made for the BBC by World…