55% of tablet users in the US report leveraging a video feature of their device, according to the NPD Group.
Ooyala, a Telstra subsidiary, has issued its Q3 2014 Global Video Index Report, showing consistent daily patterns in the way people consume TV and video across different devices throughout the day.
The global satellite pay-TV industry has observed strong growth in the past five years despite an increasingly competitive TV landscape where IPTV, DTT and connected entertainment services have rapidly expanded their reach.
Netflix is expected to achieve 17 million paying subscribers to its international operations by the end of 2014, following its announcement of 14.4 million international subs in September.
The largest European cable operators expect an accelerated growth with an average turnover increase of 6% per year until 2016. Two years ago, they expected a yearly increase of 5%.
The consumer electronics (CE) industry expects to increase its turnover in Germany in this year’s Christmas sales period by 2.3% to more than €8.5 billion compared with 2013, according to German industry association gfu.
The premium service OTT market is set for growth in the UK, Dutch and German regions by 2017, according to a new study on behalf of Vindicia and Ooyala.
Smart watches and connected entertainment devices, including game consoles and streaming media devices, will be the most popular gifts for the holiday season in the US.
4K TVs have been available for several years now, but shipments in 2014 have significantly accelerated due to broader competition and more accessible price points activating new consumer groups.
New research from Ofcom has found that that older children aged 11-15 are watching half the amount of live TV per day as adults.