US broadband households watch an average of 3.8 hours of internet video on TV screens each week, accounting for 20% of all video viewed on this device.
Streaming subscription has become the dominant model for accessing TV online, clearly outpacing ad-supported aggregators (e.g., watching shows for free on Hulu),
Last year, Dutch consumers streamed 2015 105 minutes of video per day, an increase of over 60% compared to a year earlier (65 minutes).
81% of all US smartphone users now stream video on their devices, according to recently released data from The NPD Group’s Connected Intelligence Smartphone and Tablet Usage Report.
The European Audiovisual Observatory has just publsihed a new, free report: Online copyright enforcement: policies and mechanisms.
14% of US broadband households plan to buy a streaming media player by midyear 2016 and that, as of the third quarter of 2015, 31% of US broadband households currently own a streaming media player, up from 27% at the beginning of the year.
Hackers are now not only selling credit card data, but are also offering subscriptions to online video services such as Netflix, HBO Go and HBO Now, according to research by McAfee Labs and Intel Security.
With the launch of the new Apple TV, Apple has the largest share of the streaming TV hardware market, at 31%, followed closely by Amazon, at 28%, according to Slice Intelligence.
From mid-November 2015, the Franco-German cultural channel Arte will be quadrilingual.
Streaming is the safest method in legal terms for those looking to get their entertainment fix online, according to a blog from TVAddons.