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Broadband Buys Cable Time in OTT Battle, says Moody’s 06 April 2015

Credit ratings agency Moody’s Investors Service says high-yield cable companies remain strongly positioned against the over-the-the top threat at least for the next few years, mainly because of the expected continued strength of their broadband businesses. In a new report – “High Yield Cable’s Broadband Still Effective Defense Against Over-the-Top Siege” – Moody’s said that broadband, coupled …

VoD reaches 40% homes in the United States 06 April 2015

Consumption habits are rapidly changing for nearly all age groups. Over-the-top video viewing is skyrocketing in usage. About two of every five homes in the United States used a subscription VoD platform like Netflix in the fourth quarter, Nielsen said. In fact, a new study from the research giant also found that 36% of U.S. homes used …

Video on Demand Continues to Revolutionize TV, Movie Industries 01 April 2015

Video on demand services like Netflix and Hulu were niche businesses just a few years ago but in recent months it’s become clear that these platforms for streaming movies and television shows are a big part of the coming future of media entertainment. A recent Nielsen report indicated that 41 percent of American households have access …

Online VoD to eclipse linear TV by 2020 in Germany 01 April 2015

Streaming and video on demand services will overtake linear television by 2020, according to Michael Westphal, leader of the streaming media work group at German internet industry group Eco. Digital TV Research analysts predict that VoD service Netflix alone will have 11 million German streaming subscribers by then, equal to 30 percent of all TV households. …

OTT video streaming services claims bigger viewing share, claims Horowitz Research 31 March 2015

Over-the-top services continue to claim more of Americans’ video viewing time, a new survey from Horowitz Research found. Nearly 40% of viewers spend at least one-fifth of their viewing time watching OTT video on demand services such as Netflix, Hulu and Crackle, up from 31% of viewers in 2014, Adriana Waterson, senior vice president of …

Digital TV Asia Pacific Growth Story 2015 : VoD will keep surprising 31 March 2015

Pay TV revenues in the Asia Pacific region (22 countries) will grow by $10 billion between 2014 and 2020, according to Digital TV Research. The Digital TV Asia Pacific Forecasts report estimates that pay TV revenues will reach $41.52 billion by 2020. Cable TV will remain the highest pay TV earner, with revenues at $23 …

Viewing of Streaming Content on TVs On the Rise 31 March 2015

A recent Reality Mine report on Digital Video Trends reports that heavy Internet-video users spent 35% of their TV-viewing time watching streaming TV shows and movies on television, video streaming platforms and connected game consoles last year. That’s up from about 20% in 2013. That figure compares favorably to about 17% of consumers who watched streaming content …

Cable’s ‘TV Everywhere’ Strategy Appears Strong To Take Off 30 March 2015

It’s been six years since the cable biz first started working on “TV Everywhere”: services that let subscribers stream TV VoD content to multiple Internet devices, designed to ensure people will stay in the pay-TV fold. But only now is TVE on the cusp of becoming mainstream, according to a new study. In 2014, about 13% of pay-TV subscribers on average …

New OTT TV Gets Pricier 27 March 2015

New over-the-top TV services may endure higher costs, which may raise costs for consumers — especially when considering packages including major over-the-air broadcasting networks and their associated cable networks. MoffettNathanson Research says the combined cost for most new OTT Free-To-Air and VoD services – factoring in audience “reach” of existing top TV networks — is …

Internet-capable TVs up but traditional sets still dominate households in Australia 27 March 2015

The 2014 fourth quarter report by RegionalTAM, OzTAM and Nielsen examines the household take-up of screen technologies and interplay between them. The report found household take-up of internet-capable devices reached a new high in Q4 2014. Australian are spending on average 37 hours and eight minutes per month online, compared to the previous year of 38 …

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