The success of streaming services in the North American market continues to take its toll on the pay-TV sector.
The level of viewing to television services in the Central Europe region remained high during the last 12 months, according to research published by Atmedia.
Two thirds of European video distributors are expecting to generate a key part of their ad revenue from investments around linear TV, according to a new study.
The combination of election-related investment and a return to production following the Hollywood strikes are leading to a boost in spending on content.
The average number of connected devices in each US household connected to the internet has now reached 17, according to Parks Associates.
A new report estimates the number of pay TV subscribers in Africa will climb by 12 million between 2023 and 2029.
Just 5% of US internet household have a pay-TV service alone, leading Parks Associates to conclude that pay-TV companies are continuing to shed subscribers to the streamers.
Revenues in the Nordic TV and video market are expected to reach €9.8 billion for 2023, according to Stockholm-based consultancy Mediavision.
Global pay-TV penetration will see its first yearly decline in 2024 following a peak of 60.3% in Q4 2023.
DTH satellite and cable continue to be by far the most-used TV reception methods in Germany, but the highest growth rates are recorded elsewhere.