The appetite for streaming services among Nordic consumers continuously rises.
One of the most important news stories to emerge from the recent Nextv Series conference in Berlin was that a new white label cable platform would be launched in Russia at some stage next year.
Latest analysis from Ampere suggests that post the media mega-mergers of Comcast/Sky and Disney/Fox, two in every 10 dollars spent on content worldwide will now be spent by these two entities.
The number of homes worldwide using an Ultra HD TV has now passed the 200 million mark, according to the latest research from Strategy Analytics’ Connected Home Devices service.
Although overall TV shipments in the third quarter of 2018 were flat compared to the previous year, the average TV unit-shipment screen size increased more than any previous quarter in more than a year.
83% of smart TV owners in the US connect their device to the internet, up from 70% in 2014, according to Parks Associates.
Racing UK has announced that it will become Racing TV – as the channel looks forward to welcoming racing from all 26 Irish racecourses from January 1, 2019.
We’re all aware television consumers have more content choices than ever. We were curious about the opportunities this overabundance of programming affords to pay-TV operators as they try to compete in an OTT world.
Pay-TV is now by far the most common way of receiving TV services in Central and Eastern Europe (CEE) and DACH. Indeed, some markets, including Romania, have close to 100% Pay-TV penetration, while the Czech Republic is one of the few in which FTA services still dominate.
Freeview today announced 22nd January 2019 as the launch date of its new mobile app.