Global LCD TV shipments for 2015 will total 216 million sets, according to the latest estimation by WitsView, a division of TrendForce.
Media consumption in Sweden is increasingly characterized by online streaming services such as Spotify and Netflix.
Aaproximately 9% of Western European broadband households own at least one smart home device and 57% own at least one internet-connected CE device, according to Parks Associates.
Advertisers are failing to exploit the full potential of multiscreening in Central and Eastern Europe’s largest markets.
The number of SVOD [subscription video on demand] homes is forecast to reach 306 million across 200 countries by 2020, up massively from 28 million in 2010 and an expected 197 million by end-2015, according to a new report from Digital TV Research.
The thirteen largest pay-TV providers in the US – representing about 95 % of the market – lost about 190,000 net video subscribers in 3Q 2015, compared to a loss of about 155,000 subscribers in 3 Q 2014.
A survey of adult movie fans on the subject of virtual reality (VR) reveals that the availability of porn movies would influence more than 60% of them to adopt the new technology.
With the launch of the new Apple TV, Apple has the largest share of the streaming TV hardware market, at 31%, followed closely by Amazon, at 28%, according to Slice Intelligence.
Deutsche Bank has just published a report on the prospects of the satellite industry, claiming that the transition of niche SD channels from satellite to OTT will not be compensated by the growing number of Ultra HD channels, leading to declining revenues in the satellite operators’ key market video.
Less than 10% of Western European broadband households are familiar with smart products, according to Parks Associates.