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Broadband continues to grow in the EU

With more than 11 million new fixed lines laid in a year, the take up of broadband Internet continues to grow in Europe. According to a report published by the…

Network video kit market up 15%

Market research firm Infonetics Research has completed its second quarter IPTV, Cable, and Satellite Video Equipment, Services, and Subscribers report. “Slow but steady IPTV and cable video subscriber growth in…

TV advertising drives online response

A study by Mediacom into how broadcast TV advertising creates online response has revealed for the first time the instant effect that TV advertising has on driving web response and…

P2P major decline?

A new report suggests P2P is being replaced by cheap streaming video. According a report from Arbor Networks, a network-management firm used by more than 70 per cent of the…

DTH set for 200m subs

The global DTH market for subscribers is likely to pass the 200 million mark by 2018, according to the research firm NSR. A total of 99 DTH operators beamed over…

TV and Internet use overlap

Nearly a third of all U.S. household Internet activity takes place while the user watches television, suggesting new and old media often share rather than compete for attention, the Nielsen…

Rising DVR use will hit DVDs, not TV

The rising popularity of digital video recorders seemed to spell doom for prime-time TV because the technology lets viewers skip ads, but a study has shown DVRs are probably replacing…

Mixed outlook for IPTV equipment

The North American IPTV and switched digital video (SDV) equipment market declined sharply in the second quarter of 2008, pulling the worldwide market down 5 per cent sequentially to $1.27…

BSkyB faces 'a perfect storm'

BskyB is facing a "perfect storm" according to a melodramatic note from broker Collin's Stewart on the day Sky shares plumbed a three-year low. The on-coming recession, threats from changing…

Devices key to mobile media

The entry of a broad range of new mobile devices able to display video will have a profound effect on the mobile video market, reports In-Stat. The reach of new…

Multiple platforms driver

AmberFin announced the results of a research survey conducted at this year’s IBC conference in Amsterdam. AmberFin spoke to industry experts attending to gauge their opinion on what issues would…

Nielsen: US unprepared for DTV

According to The Nielsen Company, more than 9 million households are not ready for the upcoming transition to all-digital broadcasting and would be unable to receive any television programming at…

Devices key to mobile media

The entry of a broad range of new mobile devices able to display video will have a profound effect on the mobile video market, reports In-Stat. The reach of new…

Multiple platforms driver

AmberFin announced the results of a research survey conducted at this year’s IBC conference in Amsterdam. AmberFin spoke to industry experts attending to gauge their opinion on what issues would…

Nielsen: US unprepared for DTV

According to The Nielsen Company, more than 9 million households are not ready for the upcoming transition to all-digital broadcasting and would be unable to receive any television programming at…

25% broadband homes could be mobile

Fixed operators need to come up with strategies for dealing with a rapid and invasive expansion of mobile broadband into their core growth area, according to a new report, by…