Parks Associates reports pay-TV penetration remains fairly steady at around 85% of US broadband households but OTT video use is increasing on multiple devices, particularly with younger viewers.
The rebranded Lovefilm service is down to 6% of consumers after its rebranding to Amazon Prime Instant Video.
Research among more than 24,000 US adults found that households with a Netflix or Hulu subscription were nearly three times as likely not to have a cable subscription than the average household.
Most global TV watchers are using live TV (86%), but other modes are becoming increasingly popular: computers (27%), streaming from internet to TV (16%), recording device (16%) and mobile (11%), says research firm Ipsos.
New data from Synergy Research Group shows that Cisco has maintained its leadership in two of the three main video infrastructure software categories.
Recent research from Strategy Analytics forecasts a return to growth in 2014 for the US pay-TV industry at 0.14%.
The number of digital pay-TV subscribers will increase from 26.1 million (21.5% of TV households) in 2010 to 45.0 million (36.6%) in 2013 and onto 73.6 million (58.2%) by 2020, according to a new report from Digital TV Research.
New research suggests that YouTube may play a role in hurting album sales, according to a study from University of Colorado and Fairfield University.
After spending almost two decades trying to make TVs flatter, curved TVs emerged again last year.
Use of legacy video sources will continue to decline 25% through 2020, as online sources become more prominent, and redefine the video landscape.