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5 OTT Trends to Watch For In 2017 16 December 2016

Another eventful year in world of video streaming comes to end. 2016 was a quick year, full of innovations and launches. We’ve seen fads come and go, but there were many trends in this year that made impact. We’ve seen the live streaming buzz, we’ve seen AR/VR take up, and we’ve also seen big launches …

Half a Million have Cut Cords in US in Q3 16 November 2016

According to a recent research from MoffettNathanson, the net subscriber loss for the traditional pay TV in Q3 this year is down by 486,000 subscribers, which is quite same as the last year at 432,000 subs, leaving a 1.4% rate of decline. Cable TV showed steady improvement from 1.7% loss a year ago to just a 0.4% loss in Q3 …

Cord-cutting in US is due to Customer Dissatisfaction 07 October 2016

According to the JD Power’s annual wireline study series, Americans are far more satisfied and inclined towards alternative video services such as live streaming and transaction based OTT than Pay TV. Out of the traditional TV providers, AT&T ranks highest in customer satisfaction in the east and south regions, Verizon FiOS ranks in west and DISH network …

Worldwide SVOD Numbers are on Rise 07 October 2016

According a new study by Ampere Analysis, cord-cutters, shavers or cord-nevers all are showing good signs of SVOD adoption across the globe. The largest numbers, obviously come from the US at 71% people subscribing to at least one subscription video streaming service. Then there’s Sweden at 53%, UK at 42%, and the Netherlands at 38%. The fastest growing SVOD …

33% of millennials are “very happy” with their cable service and have no plans to Cut the Cord 27 July 2016

According to survey data from Furious Corp, 33 per cent of millennials are “very happy” with their cable service and have no plans to cancel. Meanwhile, in the first quarter of this year, “Tier 1 pay-TV providers like Charter added a total of 89,000 subs,” per reporting from FierceCable. Despite the latest reports, conventional wisdom …

25% of USA households have cut the cord 15 July 2016

A quarter (25%) of all US TV households are now going without cable and satellite reception, according to GfK’s 2016 Ownership and Trend Report from The Home Technology Monitor. The survey shows that levels of broadcast-only reception and Internet-only video subscriptions in the US have both risen over the past year. And in fact, 17% …

Cord-cutters to be shut out from NBC’s Rio live-video lineup. 14 July 2016

It’s the first Olympic Games that viewers be available to watch live on connected TVs, including Apple TV, Google’s Chromecast, Roku and Amazon Fire devices, and for the first time, NBC broadcast network content including the primetime show will be streamed digitally. Cord-cutters will be largely shut out from NBC’s Rio live-video lineup. At NBCOlympics.com and …

Large screen TV is the most preferred device to watch content 10 May 2016

According to a study by Hub Research, television is still preferred by many over other devices to watch shows. Between the ages of 16-64 having a broadband connection, it was revealed that TV was accessed for at least 5 hours per week. 72% of them said that they used a television set to watch, which …

Can cord-cutting and traditional TV co-exist? 30 March 2016

Cord cutting is a buzz word today. With numerous reports of varied region showing mixed results about it, the question arises – is cord cutting real? Short answer – Yes, but read on. Cord-cutting was seen as a phantom by most in the cable industry. However, as time passed, it is becoming more of a …

58% will cut the cord by 2025 23 March 2016

  It is estimated that more than half of US households will be cutting the cord by 2025. The demand for multiscreen, OTT services across multiple platforms is only going to increase. According to a report by PwC, 58% of cable subscribers will cut the cord by 2025. Streaming services will play a dominant role …

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