"pay TV" articles

Laura is a 23 year old woman who graduated college last May. She got a job in a state different from where she graduated college and upon settling into her own one bedroom apartment, she didn’t bother to get either cable or satellite television service. She has had some experience with pay-TV service, as she watched traditional over-the-air and cable/satellite channels during her childhood as her parents subscribed to a pay-TV service. In the dorms during freshman and sophomore years,...
 
by David Mitchel | Mar. 8, 2017
Tags: cord cutting, pay TV
Amazon and Netflix went head-to-head at the 2017 Golden Globes Sunday night, as the OTT video services’ original content was up for several awards. Original content has become an increased focus for OTT video services. Original content provides streaming services with a less expensive option to accumulate new content compared to acquiring licenses from outside sources. In addition, with over 190 OTT video services in North America, original content can create differentiation among...
 
by Alexandra Martin | Jan. 11, 2017
Tags: Amazon, digital content, online video, pay TV, streaming
New Parks Associates research cited by The Washington Post today reveals the competitive landscape among top OTT video service providers. The IoT research firm recently released an updated Top 10 list of OTT video services, which showed the majority of OTT video consumption is now on Internet-connected TV. The list, which has Netflix maintaining the top spot ahead of Amazon Video, Hulu, MLB.TV, and WWE Network, is ranked by number of paid subscribers, excluding transactional or...
IoT research firm Parks Associates recently released its updated top 10 list for OTT video services, which showed the majority of OTT video consumption is now on Internet-connected TV. The list, which shows Netflix maintaining the top spot ahead of Amazon Video, Hulu, MLB.TV, and WWE Network, is ranked by number of paid subscribers, excluding transactional or ad-based services and based upon reported figures and estimates from Parks Associates’ OTT Video Market Tracker ....
Before attending CONNECTIONS™Europe  in Amsterdam, Charles Dawes , Senior Director, International Marketing at TiVo, answered several industry questions: Where do you feel the largest opportunity is for the smart home industry in Europe? For us at TiVo, the sweet spot for “Smart Home” is around the consumption of entertainment media, be this video, audio, or gaming. Consumers around the globe spend almost as much time consuming entertainment as they do sleeping...
Long an advertising and ratings powerhouse for the Peacock, one of the hottest stories to come out of Rio is the decline in NBC viewership ratings for the Games of the XXXI Olympiad. There are several reasons the Rio Olympics broadcasts are not resonating quite as highly with viewers: Broadcast Delays – As has been the case in previous years, NBC delays some of its most popular events for primetime broadcast. This leads to the possibility of event results hitting the press...
Pay TV is fighting a battle on two fronts . Fighting the slow erosion of the core business is one, both through retaining existing subscribers and attracting the newest generation of consumers to pay TV. The second is the fight for premium revenues, uptake of premium pay TV services including VoD, pay-per-view, DVR, and premium channels. Nowhere is this struggle more evident than in North America, home to some of the highest pay TV ARPUs in the world , fueled in part by uptake of...
 
by Brett Sappington | Aug. 2, 2016
Tags: online video, operator, OTT, pay TV
It seems that everyone is talking about security nowadays. Each week, news stories present headlines of new breaches or, more troubling, breaches that happened months or years ago that were only recently discovered. In the past two weeks alone, security-related stories ran regarding recognizable brands and government organizations, such as Morgan Stanley , LinkedIn , Myspace , and school districts in New Hampshire and Colorado . Each story underscores the scope of the...
 
by Brett Sappington | Jun. 27, 2016
Tags: OTT, pay TV, privacy, security

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