The ways in which viewers access Netflix and Hulu tends to differ significantly, according to studies undertaken by Nielsen.
Global online TV and video revenues (over fixed broadband networks) will reach $34.99 billion in 2018, a massive increase from the $3.98 billion recorded in 2010 and the $15.94 billion expected in 2013, according to the Online TV and Video Forecasts report from Digital TV Research.
Revenues from pay-TV in Germany in 2012 were €1.84 billion, according to the VPRT.
The value of the European cable industry grew more than 5% in 2012 and future growth potential remains robust, according to a new report from IHS, produced in collaboration with Cable Europe.
Connected TV is set for a massive boom over the next few years, with the number of TV sets connected to the internet set to reach 759 million by 2018.
Research institute Point Topic has introduced a new dataset of broadband coverage in Europe, broadband competition map of Europe.
The number of 3DTV set sales is likely to increase 166% in the next four years, from a forecast 59.3 million in 2013 to 157.7 million in 2017.
There will be 175 million online video users in the U.S. in 2013, rising to 191 million by 2017, at which time there will be nearly 70 million smart-TV households.
For every minute spent on YouTube, Europeans spend one hour watching television, according to a grouping of professional bodies.
On Demand and PVRs account for almost 1 in 6 TV minutes viewed in the UK and the United States, according to a new report from IHS.