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Digital TV boom ahead for Eastern Europe

Eastern Europe still has plenty of room for digital TV growth according to Digital TV Research. Two-thirds of homes (76 million) were still receiving analogue signals at end-2010 but rapid…

Audience fragmentation damages entertainment value

Edelman, the global public relations firm, has released findings from its fifth annual Value, Engagement and Trust in the Era of Social Entertainment survey. The 2011 study shows that the…

Catch up powers European OTT

Catch up powers European OTT

An analysis of Europe’s largest OTT markets by SNL Kagan finds the UK and France leading Europe’s emerging deployments. The analysis – focused on France, Germany, Italy, the UK and…

Online ads grab attention 20% better than TV

YuMe, the video advertising technology company, and the IPG Media Lab, have published key findings from a media trial that shows significant differences between the attention paid by viewers to…

TV viewing migrating away from main TV

DisplaySearch has released its Global TV Replacement Study examining consumer TV replacement cycles around the globe. The report also indicates how TVs are being used by consumers and identifies their…

US stations ‘overwhelmed’ by multi-platform

A new survey of senior engineers at over 350 US stations has found that many stations are in danger of being overwhelmed by the challenges of their rapidly expanding online…

TV entertainment spend up 70% over decade

Consumer expenditures on entertainment media in the US and Europe grew 69 per cent between 2000 and 2010 to reach $234.8 billion, with cable and satellite TV retaining top spot…

Western European pay-TV revenues to plateau

Pay-TV revenues in Western Europe will not grow between 2011 and 2016 ($36 billion) according to a new report from Digital TV Research Ltd. Report author Simon Murray described the…

Research: Strong IPTV growth forecast

An analysis of the top 75 media economies across North America, Latin America, Europe, the Middle East and Asia Pacific by media information provider SNL Kagan, evidences strong growth prospects…

Research: Satellite TV to overtake cable by 2015 in Western Europe

By 2015, satellite TV will overtake cable TV in terms of TV households, with IPTV expected to grow 10 per cent a year, suggests research consultancy Infocom. Western Europe posted…