Despite the fact that US incumbent pay-TV operators enjoyed a small net subscriber gain in Q1 2014 – a reversal of recent quarterly trends – the reality is that today’s […]
Millennials more likely to use home networks for media purposes
According to a new report from The Diffusion Group (TDG), 74% of millennials that use a home network describe their use as either equally or primarily media-oriented, a rate that […]
TDG: legacy TV to decline
Use of legacy video sources will continue to decline 25% through 2020, as online sources become more prominent, and redefine the video landscape.
Demand for internet STBs remains strong
14% of US broadband households currently use an internet set-top box such as Roku or Apple TV to access OTT video content on their television.
Young people prefer OTT over legacy pay-TV
Young people living at home with their parents are, once they move out on their own, more likely to subscribe to an online pay-TV service such as Netflix or Hulu […]
84% of US broadband households have home network
According to new data from TDG, home network diffusion among US broadband households has reached 84%, up from 81% in 2011. 62% are using it to stream media.
Six of ten US broadband homes have connected TVs
56% of all US broadband households have at least one TV connected to the Internet, either directly via smart TVs or indirectly via ancillary devices like game consoles and Blu-ray […]
Tablet vewing expected to rise
Tablet TV and video viewing is expected to rise to 58 billion hours per year by 2017, according to a new report released by TDG. In five years, annual tablet […]
Smart TV makers to lose $1 billion
Despite accelerating global demand for smart TVs, a new report from TDG forecasts that TV manufacturers will be largely unsuccessful in generating new revenue from these net-connected platforms.
75% of US broadband homes use networking
75% of all US broadband households now use a home network; they are able to access a growing variety of net-based video and applications on a growing number of devices.