An estimated 65 million households worldwide had the capability of viewing internet video on their television set at the end of 2008.
The move of pay-TV operators towards two-way networks is driving a shift towards cardless conditional access systems, according to TV Conditional Access Systems In Two-Way Environments, a new white paper from the Farncombe Consulting Group.
Research shows that an estimated 65 million households worldwide had the capability of viewing internet video on their television set at the end of 2008.
TV widgets could be a hit with consumers, according to research in the US by the Diffusion Group on behalf of Intel, inventors of the Widget Channel.
The Spanish regulator CMT has published a report on broadband prices in the EU 27 countries.
There will be over 1.4 billion subscribers worldwide for TV services by 2013.
Online video viewing is growing rapidly in the US, with almost 9.7 billion videos watched by 130 million unique viewers during March 2009, according to research by Nielsen Online.
French premium broadcaster Canal+ has reported that 10 million VOD streams have been requested from its Canal+ A La Demande service since its inception in March 2008.
If current growth trends continue, the internet will overtake traditional TV as the most consumed form of media for the first time in June 2010. By then internet consumption will average 14.2 hours per week, or over 2.5 days a month, compared to 11.5 hours a week, or 2 days a month, for TV, according […]
The number of North American fibre-to-the-home (FttH) subscribers continues to grow at an annual pace of approximately 1.5 million and now stands at more than 4.4 million, according to a study released today by the Fiber-to-the-Home Council.