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Cox Cable Just Released A Report That Says Only 27% Watch Live TV 08 December 2015

Cox attributes this to the “growing popularity of Hulu Plus,” but also says 53% of the time-shifted TV – people watching content that isn’t live – was from DVR and on-demand offerings.

Millennials Move Towards Digital, Boomers Towards Traditional TV 07 December 2015

According to Connected Life, a study of over 60,000 internet users worldwide from global research consultancy TNS, the average Millennial with internet access spends 3.1 hours a day on their mobile devices, the equivalent of 21.7 hours every week.

YouTube Wants To Beat Netflix & Co. At Their Own Game 04 December 2015

They’re all positioned as alternatives to the VOD services of traditional pay-TV service providers, some competitively, some complementary.

43% Of The World Is Now On The Internet 02 December 2015

Some 89% of the world’s urban population is now covered by a 3G network, but only 29% of the world’s 3.4 billion people living in rural areas benefit from 3G coverage, added the ITU.

Pay TV Revenue In SA Gets The VOD Boost 02 December 2015

South Africa’s pay-TV subscriber base is forecast to surpass 7.1 million in 2018, earning revenues of almost US$950 million, according to the latest Dataxis research.

Producers Wary Of Top Streaming Services, Spark Off TV Rights Debate 01 December 2015

Producers from the hit Showtime drama series Homeland want to conserve their show’s profits by limiting free streaming of past seasons on the online service Hulu.

Netflix Is All Ready For India Expansion With New Bollywood Content 01 December 2015

Many analysts have predicted an Indian tour for Netflix in 2016. Going by its recent announcement of featuring Indian content, it could be assumed most of those analysts are right!

Defining Video Streaming In The OTT Era 30 November 2015

Great video experiences will be determined more by the choices the consumer has made – what content, device, broadband speed, network, and ultimately why they are watching – than any industry standards body. Welcome to the customer-grade era.

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