Roku is still the most popular brand of streaming media players, accounting for 30% of the players purchased from 1Q 2015 to 1Q 2016.
US households continue to connect their television sets to the internet at a rapid pace, and they’re doing so using a greater variety of devices.
Scripps Networks Interactive has posted double-digit international growth for the first quarter thanks largely to the performance of the Polish national commercial broadcaster TVN.
Streaming subscription has become the dominant model for accessing TV online, clearly outpacing ad-supported aggregators (e.g., watching shows for free on Hulu),
Streaming is the new normal for Millennials, according to the State of Cable & Digital Media 2016 report from Horowitz Research.
16% of US broadband households have a sports OTT video service subscription, according to Parks Associates.
Hulu has confirmed that it is developing a live TV streaming service.
Turner will launch its first domestic direct-to-consumer SVOD service this autumn.
65% of US TV households have at least one television set connected to the internet via a video game system, a smart TV set, a Blu-ray player, and/or a stand-alone device (like Roku, Apple TV, Chromecast, or Amazon Fire TV); up from 44% in 2013, and 24% in 2010.
New research from Adobe and TDG shows that consumers now spend 42% of TV time with OTT services.