US broadband households watch an average of 3.8 hours of internet video on TV screens each week, accounting for 20% of all video viewed on this device.
European co-productions get better VOD distribution than national films, however, they travel less well than US films, according to the latest research by the European Audiovisual Observatory.
As consumers find themselves with a wider variety of OTT content options, price is becoming less of a factor in the decision to cut the cord with pay TV providers while content availability increasingly drives decision-making.
Netflix represented 35.2% of traffic on North America fixed networks, according to Sandvine’s Global Internet Phenomena Report: Latin America & North America.
SES said the results of its first Satellite Monitor study on the Nigerian market, show that the operator’s satellites reach 2.81 million TV homes across the country.
26% of Internet-connected CE owners use their streaming media player as their primary devices to access online video content.
Netflix has revealed that Orange is the New Black is one of its most re-watched original series.
TVE viewers are not as ‘on-the-go’ as originally thought, according to the latest edition of Adobe Digital Index|Digital Video Benchmark Report Q1 2016.
23% of Millennial heads of household are OTT-only households, higher than the national average of 15% among all US broadband households, according to Parks Associates.
YuMe and Verto Analytics have released research quantifying a ‘day in the digital life’ journey of US video consumers.