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Research: 3D TV: Over half of Brits still cautious

Research: 3D TV: Over half of Brits still cautious

The results from the annual Christmas shopping survey for Twenga, the shopping search engine, show that 52 per cent of Brits don’t want to receive a 3D TV for Christmas.…

Research: More falling US pay TV analysis

For the second quarter in a row, North American digital pay TV operators added fewer subscribers than in the preceding period, according to figures from Strategy Analytics. Comcast added only…

US cable ‘in denial on cord cutting’

According to SNL Kagan’s analysis the US multichannel segment fell by 119,000 customers in the third quarter of 2010, compared to a 346,000 gain reported in third-quarter 2009. US cable…

Research: Pay-TV trumps free-to-air

Paid-for television content – whether through cable, satellite or the Internet – is preferred over free-to-air services – even in markets where free programming is more readily available, according to…

Research: Viewers drive broadcast change

A UK research study conducted by Forrester Consulting on behalf of Cisco, investigating consumer viewing habits and expectations of TV and Internet-delivered TV reveals that consumers are dictating where broadcasters,…

40% US broadband users watch TV online

Weekly incidence of going online or using a handheld device to watch TV content rose from 34 per cent in 2009 to 39 per cent among broadband users in the…

Spanish pay-TV spend feels squeeze

Spanish pay-TV spend feels squeeze

Spaniards increasingly spend less on pay TV. In the first half of the year, pay-TV consumption fell by 14.4 per cent with an average monthly expenditure per family of €28,…

Research: On-demand boosts live TV

Research: On-demand boosts live TV

Increasingly, the main reason people watch on-demand TV is to avoid falling behind with the linear TV schedules, which have been attracting record viewing figures in recent years, according to…

Nielsen: WebTV viewers watch more regular TV

Nielsen: WebTV viewers watch more regular TV

A study released by Nielsen has highlighted the 21st century TV-viewing habits of consumers who are watching shows or movies from the Internet on their TV sets. Specifically, it reveals…

Online German TV channels rapidly growing

Online TV is a growing market, with the number of providers and variety in services strongly increasing, according to Goldmedia. Currently, there are 1,275 online TV channels in Germany, with…