Muvi Blogs

Blogs and News from Muvi

blog_opt_6

Catch-up TV Revenues at €105m in 2016 in France

The Ad generated revenues from catch-up TV rose from €90 million in 2015 to €105 million in 2016. The number of videos viewed increased by 27.1 percent to €6.5 billion according to an annual replay TV survey by CNC. October 2016 set a catch-up TV view record of 585.,9 million hours viewed over a month as compared …

By: roshan | Leave a comment | 28 March,2017

blog_opt_6

North America Pay-TV subs to fall by 10 million 2012-2022

According to a Digital TV Research, the US and Canadian Pay TV markets are set to headwinds as the industry is hit by subscribers dropping services and a rise in on-pay homes. The research stated that Pay TV subs in North America will fall by 10 million from 112 million in the peak year of 2012 to …

By: roshan | Leave a comment | 28 March,2017

blog_opt_6

Amazon, Facebook, Twitter, YouTube in bidding war for streaming rights of Thursday night NFL

After Twitter won the fight of streaming Thursday night NFL games last year, Amazon, Facebook and YouTube are all in the race of bidding for these rights this year. Last season twitter paid $10 million to secure the rights, was able to sell the ad inventory made available during the streams. CBS Corp. and NBCUniversal are paying a …

By: roshan | Leave a comment | 28 March,2017

blog_opt_6

US uses social media for TV discovery – Deloitte Survey

According to Deloitte’s 11th Digital Democracy Survey, almost half (49 %) of US consumers and nearly 60 % of generation Z, millennials and Generation X subscribe to at least one paid video streaming platform. However the survey notes that despite the growth of paid video streaming services, US consumers spend more time streaming video via free …

By: roshan | Leave a comment | 27 March,2017

blog_opt_6

Cord-cutting in Canada is at record levels

According to a a latest research from Boon Dog, Canada’s publicly trading television service providers on a whole continued to lose a record number of TV subscribers in 2016. The research stated that the big traditional TV service providers lost a record level of 202,000 TV subs in the respective 2016/2017 fiscal years. These figures were …

By: roshan | Leave a comment | 24 March,2017

blog_opt_6

VOD is 20% cheaper than YouTube: Channel 4 study

According to a recent research by Channel 4, effective cost per thousand views on broadcaster VOD platforms is far cheaper than the equivalent cost for YouTube or Facebook. The true cost of  broadcaster VOD services is in fact just a third of the cost of Facebook. The research also found out that the broadcaster video on demand …

By: roshan | One comment so far | 23 March,2017

blog_opt_6

Europe to have 335m UHD homes by 2020

According to the latest data from SES, European consumers are buying more into the Ultra HD concept. The report states that Europe now has around 17.3 million UHD screens (6.6 % of homes as of year-end 2016), up from 12.1 million a year previously. According to more data from IHS Markit, Western Europe alone will see some 11.8 …

By: roshan | Leave a comment | 23 March,2017

blog_opt_6

AR/VR headset market to reach 100m units

According to a recent data from International Data Corporation (IDC), new AR/VR device launches, expanding array of content for both consumer and enterprises, and lower price points will propel the augmented and virtual reality headset device market worldwide at a breakneck pace. The total AR & VR headset device shipments are set to reach 99.4 million …

By: roshan | Leave a comment | 22 March,2017

blog_opt_6

20% US pay-TV subs are dissatisfied with their service

According to a recent Parks Associates research, 20 % of US pay-TV subscribers say that they are dissatisfied with their pay-TV service, representing a 100 % increase since early 2013. One other report stataed that one third of pay TV subscribers are very satisfied with their service, a drop of 57 % who indicated very high satisfaction levels in 2013. …

By: roshan | Leave a comment | 21 March,2017

blog_opt_6

VR lacks engaging content – Says a Research

While the virtual reality (VR) market is poised to grow tremendously over the next several years, a recent study from the User Experience Strategies (UXS) service discovered that current VR experiences lack the type of context required for real engagement with the medium. The research further adds that the growth in VR market will be …

By: roshan | Leave a comment | 21 March,2017

262x262

Subscribe to our Newsletter

Tags

Latest Tweets

Our facebook Page