Just 55% of millennials in the US use TVs as their primary viewing platform, while streaming devices (laptops, tablets, and smartphones) are poised to dominate their viewing preferences,
US-based Consumer Electronics Association (CEA) has announced that leading industry associations, technical organisations and retail groups have agreed to use 4K Ultra HD and 4K UHD as common terminology.
The percentage of US households with a television that relies exclusively on an antenna for television programming reception (6%) is about to be eclipsed for the first time ever by the percentage of households relying only on the Internet for TV programming (5%).
Digital video content is a supplement, not a replacement for TV programming, according to a new CEA study.
The next generation of so-called 4K HD display technology for the home will be called Ultra High-Definition or Ultra HD, according to the (US) Consumer Electronics Association (CEA).
US consumers are relying less and less on over-the-air TV signals and few US households have interest in cancelling their pay-TV service, or “cut their cord”, according to new research from the Consumer Electronics Association.