About 370 million digital homes were added around the world between end-2007 and end-2011 – or an average of 93 million more digital homes each year, according to a new report from Digital TV Research.
Tablet and wireless phone-viewing usage has increased, while PC/Mac-viewing usage has decreased from 2011, according to the J.D. Power and Associates 2012 US Residential Pay-to-View study.
According to new research by GfK Media, the number of Americans now relying on over-the-air television reception increased to almost 54 million, up from 46 million just a year ago.
180 million US internet users watched 36.6 billion online content videos in May. Video ads posted another month of record-breaking gains, surpassing the 10-billion mark for the first time on record.
IPTV penetration of worldwide broadband subscribers on telecom operators’ networks reached 15% in Q1 2012, equivalent to 67 million subscribers and 8% of the world’s 812 million pay-TV subscribers.
Most Latin American territories are experiencing a surge in digital TV take-up, according to a new report from Digital TV Research. The Digital TV Latin America report estimates that only about a third of TV households received digital signals by end-2011,