Roughly 17% of broadband households in the UK, France, Germany, and Spain are planning to buy a flat-panel TV in the next 12 months and over 50% consider 4k an important or very important feature of their next model.
2015 was yet another momentous year for television in Sub-Saharan Africa. Most countries missed the ITU’s analogue switch-off deadline of June, but DTT, especially pay DTT, made huge gains.
Strong ambition and alignment with operator assets are two fundamental requirements for operators to successfully define their position in the evolving digital content distribution landscape.
Around 60% of Dutch households had connected TVs in October, up from 49% a year earlier, according to the latest results from the Telecompaper Consumer Panel.
More than 83% of consumers watch on-demand video, an increase of 4% since April 2015, according to Limelight’s The State of Online Video.
TiVo Research and RealityMine have partnered with NBCUniversal to provide comprehensive single-sourced cross-platform measurement of the 2016 Rio Olympic Games.
With the release of its new generation streaming video box last month, Apple has opened the race for supremacy in the app universe on German TV screens.
14% of US broadband households plan to buy a streaming media player by midyear 2016 and that, as of the third quarter of 2015, 31% of US broadband households currently own a streaming media player, up from 27% at the beginning of the year.
Cisco and Arris take different directions in video leadership battle. Technicolor completed the acquisition of Cisco’s video CPE business in November and the Arris acquisition of Pace is now virtually guaranteed to proceed.
18% of UK broadband households have used paid-service Netflix in the past 30 days, according to Parks Research.