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Research: Disney+ powers NZ SVoD growth

New data from research firm Roy Morgan shows over 2.9 million New Zealanders aged 14+ now watch Subscription TV in an average four weeks – encompassing well over two-thirds (71 per cent) of all New Zealanders. Despite most pandemic restrictions being relaxed total viewership of Subscription TV in New Zealand has increased 3.4 per cent […]

August 30, 2022

Research: Aussie kids spending more time online

Research from Roy Morgan shows that in the Covid-19-impacted 2020, Young Australians aged 6-13 spent an average of almost 16 hours a week online, including 11 hours a week on the Internet at home, up 0.9hrs from two years ago. With detailed research into the lives of over 2,000 young Australians each year, Roy Morgan’s […]

May 5, 2021

Australia: AFL grows TV viewership lead over NRL

Data from Roy Morgan shows over 7.5 million Australians aged 14+ (36 per cent) watched AFL matches on TV at least occasionally in 2020 including AFL pre-season games, AFL Home & Away games, AFL Finals, the AFL Women’s competition or the show-piece AFL Grand Final. Overall TV viewership of the AFL was up slightly in […]

April 27, 2021

Data: Strong growth for Oz BVoD

Data from research firm Roy Morgan shows 8.6 million Australians now watch Broadcast Video on Demand’(BVoD) services which include ABC iView, SBS On Demand, 7plus, 9Now and 10 Play. All five leading services have grown strongly during 2020 as Australians endured a nation-wide lockdown from late March until early June and Victorians experienced a second, […]

February 3, 2021

Australia: TV the favoured news source

Research from Roy Morgan shows over 13.1 million Australians (62.4 per cent) said TV was a main source of news during the June quarter 2020, up from 12.6 million (60.0 per cent) during the March quarter. TV emerged as the favoured news source during the period of lockdown for more Australians than any other as […]

September 29, 2020

Australia: SVoD numbers soar during lockdown

Findings from  research firm Roy Morgan reveal that Australians were adding new subscription TV services at an astonishing rate during the lockdown period which started in late March. Almost 15.74 million Australians now have access to a subscription TV service, up 878,000 (+5.9 per cent) in only three months. All the major subscription TV services […]

July 21, 2020