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Monday, January 08, 2018

Over-the-top viewing hours doubled in 2017

This isn’t the first indication of Roku’s dominance among video streaming devices — Parks Associates found that Roku was the most popular video streaming device in Q1 2017, commanding a 37% market share in the US. And streaming OTT devices like Roku and game consoles drove higher video consumption than mobile devices and traditional computers, according to Conviva.

From the article "Over-the-top viewing hours doubled in 2017" by Kevin Tran.

Monday, October 02, 2017

Roku cuts price on top streaming player to counter Apple TV

Although it is much smaller than its rivals, Roku is the leading seller of video streaming players in the U.S. with a 37 percent share of the market, according to the research firm Park Associates.

Amazon has been gaining ground with a 24 percent share, up from 16 percent last year. Apple's share stands at 15 percent, which also trails Google's Chromecast streaming device at 18 percent.

There's still ample room for growth. Park Associates estimates that two-thirds of U.S more

Friday, August 25, 2017

Roku continues to lead the streaming device market

Roku, the streaming video platform and device maker, increased its US market share to 37% in Q1 2017 from 30% a year ago, according to Parks Associates. Roku still commands market leadership over Amazon, Google, Apple and others when it comes to media player ownership in the US.

Amazon’s Fire TV came in second in terms of market share, at 24% in Q1 2017 versus 16% last year. Meanwhile, Google and Apple lost market share over the past year. Here’s why that’s important:

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Sunday, August 06, 2017

This startup, borne from a failed $500 million Silicon Valley darling, believes it has the cure for what’s ailing voice assistants

Voice assistants are integrating into more and more places; the smart speaker market in particular is expected to grow 60% from 2016 to 2017, according to Parks Associates research analyst Dina Abdelrazik. So let’s say one day, voice tech starts to feel normal and become superior to touch — what happens if some apps and devices only support one assistant, while others only work with another? If Amazon's Alexa were to stay dominant, would that let Amazon dictate what devices you more

Monday, September 26, 2016

Netflix's Competitors Are Quickly Closing The Gap in A Crucial Area

Netflix customers are loyal. In research published this April, analysts from Parks Associates found that Netflix subscribers were much less likely to cancel than those of Hulu or Amazon Prime Video. Only 9% of its subscriber base had canceled in the last year, Parks Associates found, compared to Hulu, which saw a full half of its current subscriber base cancel in the last year.

From the article "Netflix's Competitors Are Quickly Closing The Gap in A Crucial Area" by Nathan M more

Friday, August 12, 2016

CVS Has Launched Its Own Mobile Wallet — And It's Poised For Success

Data from Parks Associates shows that US consumers prefer retailer-based options to general-purpose mobile wallets. These platforms can attract tremendous popularity — Starbucks now processes 25% of its US payments through its mobile app. 

From the article "CVS Has Launched Its Own Mobile Wallet — And It's Poised For Success" by

Thursday, July 21, 2016

Here's How Apple Failed In TV

Even with solid growth from Apple TV last year, research firm Parks Associates estimated it to be fourth behind Google, Amazon, and Roku in streaming device sales last year. Of the 42 million streaming devices sold last year, Google's Chromecast was the leader, according to Strategy Analytics, with a 35% market share.

From the article "Here's How Apple Failed In TV" by Jeremy Bowman.

Monday, July 11, 2016

Only 4% Of People Share Passwords For Services Like Netflix Outside Their Families

Last year, a report from Parks Associates estimated the industry would lose $500 million to password sharing in 2015. This data suggests that might be a bit of an overstatement given the likelihood of getting multiple family members, especially in the same household, to subscribe to the same service. It also puts Netflix and HBO's historically lax position on password sharing into a bit of perspective.

From the article "Only 4% Of People Share Passwords For Services Like Net more

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