Service providers are decreasing marketing on their cable, satellite, and IPTV products that offer managed quality of service in favour of new products that use over the top (OTT) technologies.
One out of every three US consumers watch pirated content, according to a survey rleased by Irdeto, but 39% are unconcerned about negative impact of piracy on content creation.
Netflix has become indispensable to many TV consumers, according to the CBranding of TV study from Hub Entertainment Research.
New cord-cutter consumer research from Parks Associates shows the percentage of US broadband households that use only antennas to receive TV has steadily increased since 2013 to reach 15%.
Next-generation pay-TV customers expect more flexibility in their pay-TV services and are increasingly cutting the cord to save money.
Video anywhere, anytime? You need a CMS strategy! A Content Management System is a cornerstone of multiscreen TV and OTT monetization. In its first CMS white paper, SeaChange examined how the anywhere, anytime consumer mindset is forcing a change to traditional pay-TV models.
Most of the main pay-TV operators in Sub-Saharan Africa lowered their prices during 2016 to ward off competitors. The knock-on effect was that other platforms lowered their fees.
In its report Time For Operators To Embrace LTE Broadcast, Strategy Analytics recommends that mobile operators LTE Broadcast more aggressively.
It’s no secret that the major subscription video on demand platforms Amazon and Netflix have rapidly increased their content spend, reaching similar levels to traditional TV groups.
CES 2017. Pace, Cisco Systems, Arris Group, and Echostar Corporation are the leading providers of set-top boxes in the world today. In 2014, they held a collective share of 29.1% in the global set-top boxes market.