The average Netflix user (ages 13 to 54) watches 5.1 TV shows and 3.4 movies per week via the service, according to GfK.
According to new research by GfK Media, the number of Americans now relying on over-the-air television reception increased to almost 54 million, up from 46 million just a year ago.
More than 50% of all TV sets in Dutch homes will be connected to the web within two years, according to GfK research.
The total number of Dutch homes using Video-on-Demand (VOD) has risen to 1.2 million during 2011. Together, they are expected to spend around €53 million.
Almost 50% of all French households can access services using their connected TV, according to research by GfK.
Research from GfK suggests that by the end of the year there will be 31 million HDTV capable households in Germany, with about 90% of all new devices sold this year being HD Ready.
Almost 9 out of 10 television homes – 24 million households – in France owned at least one digital receiver (satellite, IPTV, DTT or cable) at the end of last year. This was an increase of 8 million on the figure at the end of 2008.
Dutch viewers are still avid users of the teletext services of both the public and private broadcasters, according to research carried out by Intomart GfK on behalf of RTL Nederland and SBS Broadcasting. Twelve million people of 13 years and older still access teletext on a regular basis.
The number of digital homes in Germany on August 1 reached 15,680,000, or 44.2% of the total number of 35,490,000 TV households, according to the latest figures from GfK and AGF.
The number of German households receiving digital television signals significantly increased to 13,530,000 at the end of August, according to the latest research figures from AGF/GfK. Penetration now stands at 38.3%.