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  • August 12, 2015

    UK traditional television viewing declines

    Traditional television viewing in the United Kingdom fell for the second consecutive year. Viewing of television channels at the time they are transmitted is down half an hour a day since 2010. It still accounts for an average of nearly three and a...
  • August 12, 2015

    Handheld screens to lead online viewing

    The average amount of time a day people spend watching online video will increase by 23% in 2015 and a further 19% in 2016, driven by the rapid rise in the adoption of smartphones and tablets. Mobile devices are expected to become the main way of viewing...
  • August 12, 2015

    Netflix on the fast track in Oz

    Netflix’s Australian service already has an estimated 1.6 million users in the country, dwarfing its local streaming rivals, according to a new report. ...
  • August 12, 2015

    US pay TV faces ‘accelerating decline’

    US pay TV operators are facing an increasingly tough battle to retain customers, according to analysts – who say subscriber cancellations have accelerated rapidly over recent months. ...
  • August 12, 2015

    How Much Internet Time Do Smartphones Grab in Japan?

    Smartphone users in Japan of all ages spend a lot of time with their devices each day. According to research from JustSystems, even respondents in their 60s spent at least 50 minutes per day using the internet with their phones as of July 2015. But among...
  • August 12, 2015

    Young use smartphones every other minute

    Young people in the UK use their smartphones an average of 387 times each day according to new research which reinforces recent findings that the nation is now a "smartphone society".Data captured as part of the IPA TouchPoints survey – a sample of 1...
  • August 12, 2015

    ZenithOptimedia: Number of Linear TV Viewers to Start Declining in 2016

    ZenithOptimedia is forecasting that the number of people regularly watching linear TV will peak this year and will start to decline for the first time in 2016, as mobile drives an increase in online video consumption. The average amount of time people ...
  • August 12, 2015

    Subscriptions to Outpace Ad Sales for OTT Revenues in APAC

    Currently, advertising is the biggest component of the over-the-top (OTT) TV and video revenue pie in Asia-Pacific. According to estimates from Digital TV Research Ltd., advertisers in the region spent $1.61 billion on the channel last year, compared with...
  • July 31, 2015

    GfK Streaming Video Study: “Over-the-Top” TV Viewing Is Higher in Gen X, Kid Households

    At a time when streaming video viewing is upending TV business models, a new GfK study sheds light on the phenomenon, including which Internet-connected devices and services different viewers prefer. ...
  • July 31, 2015

    Internet adspend to overtake TV

    The internet is expected to overtake TV to become the largest medium for advertising in 2016, according to the latest International Ad Forecast from Warc.As well as downgrading its global adspend forecast for 2015 by 2.5pp to 2.3% growth, Warc examined...

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