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Online ads up 15% in 2010

Internet advertising revenue continues to rise, according to a report by the Interactive Advertising Bureau and PricewaterhouseCoopers. Advertising revenue for the full year reached a record high of $26 billion,…

Tablets change how consumers engage with content

Tablets change how consumers engage with content

With more than 165 million tablets expected to ship over the next two years, tablets are growing in popularity and changing the way that we consume content. People are spending…

US online TV: $1.6bn in 2010

US online television revenue growth accelerated in 2010, rising by 34.2 per cent, up from 31.2 per cent in 2009 according to IHS Screen Digest. Total revenue in 2010 amounted…

Awareness of 3D TVs and Blu-ray players grows

Awareness of 3D TVs and Blu-ray players grows

In the last six months consumers awareness levels of 3D TVs and Blu-ray players has grown significantly, according to the NPD Group’s 3D 360º Monitor. Consumers aware of 3D LCD…

Consumers of all ages are going OTT

The majority of consumers of all ages in seven major markets around the world are choosing to watch video content over the Internet via their televisions, PCs, smartphones and other…

IPTV will open doors for hospitality

Results from the IMS Research study IPTV: A Global Market Analysis – 2011 Edition, indicate that the worldwide Hospitality market for IPTV set-top boxes will reach a revenue milestone of…

Strong operator support for home gateways

Market research firm Infonetics Research conducted a survey of incumbent and competitive telecom operators in North America, EMEA, and CALA who use residential gateways and CPE to offer broadband and…

Record audience for France24.com

France24.com hit a new record audience with 14 million visits, some 59 million pages viewed and around 5 million videos watched across its 3 language versions, confirming strong interest in…

Mobile DTV to reach 61% of US in 12 months

Anne Schelle, executive director of the Open Mobile Video Coalition, a coalition of America’s broadcasters, has offered a prediction of the prospects for mobile digital television. “Between those stations already…

Broadband CPE market continues shift to FTTH

Market research firm Infonetics Research has released a fourth quarter  market forecast report which tracks DSL, cable broadband, FTTH, and voice customer-premise equipment; residential gateways; and broadband subscribers. The broadband…

Home network market up as new devices create ‘digital homes’

Home network market up as new devices create ‘digital homes’

Market research firm Infonetics Research has released its quarterly Home Networking Devices market forecast report, which tracks, ranks, and analyses vendors that make residential gateways, broadband routers, HomePlug Powerline adapters,…

Premium VOD pricing undermines demand

Premium VOD services which offer restrictive rental windows are priced too high to support significant demand, according to a report from The Diffusion Group (TDG). The report names the new…

7% of pay-TV subs ponder cord cut

While only 1.4 per cent of US consumers have cut the cord in the last two years, 7 per cent of current pay-television subscribers are considering cancelling their service, according…

UK digital TV take-up reaches 92.5%

Take-up of digital television in UK households is at 92.5 per cent, up by 1.1 percentage points year on year, according to Ofcom’s consumer survey results for the fourth quarter…

Cord cutting to accelerate in Canada

Cord cutting to accelerate in Canada

Watch for more Canadians to dump their traditional phone and TV subscriptions, says a new report from Toronto’s Convergence Consulting. Canadian telco residential wireline telephone line loss was 7 per…