A new study released today by IHS and SpotX found that revenue across Europe from online video jumped from €22 million in 2012 to €375 million in 2015.
Every household on the planet will possess five connected, media-enabled devices by 2019, according to new analysis from Merrick Kingston, principal analyst from IHS Technology.
Germans watched 210 minutes of broadcast TV every day in 2014, an average that did not change from the year before, according IHS Technology.
The number of pay-TV subscribers in the UK has risen by 1 million on the past year with Sky’s entry product Now TV emerging as a significant player.
4K LCD TV shipments grew nearly 400% year-over-year to reach 4.7 million units worldwide in the first quarter (Q1) of 2015.
While US cable operators continue to show improvement, the overall pay TV market still faces strong headwinds, according to IHS.
The global pay-TV services market, including cable TV, satellite TV, telco TV and OTT video, totaled $237 billion in 2014, up 7% from the previous year, according to the 2015 IHS Infonetics Pay-TV Services and Subscribers report from IHS.
The turnover with advertising in the direct environment of video streaming offerings has increased by 17% to €240.6 million in Germany in 2014, according to current data from IHS Technology released by German industry association BITKOM.
As Netflix rapidly expands across Europe, the company will see its international subscriptions jump from one-tenth to one-fifth of total subscriptions, according to new analysis from IHS.
Pay TV cord-cutting is now an undeniable phenomenon in a large number of European markets as 12 countries witnessed a decline in overall pay TV uptake in the first quarter of 2014, according to IHS Technology’s latest European pay TV Update.