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Thursday, August 04, 2022

Tech Enabling New Apartment Experiences

Internationally recognized market research firm, Parks Associates, reveals that 57 percent of MDU managers report having a lighting control system in their largest property; 26 percent have an energy management/monitoring system, and 13 percent have a smart home device or IoT platform/hub. Additionally, 44 percent of properties with energy management systems incorporate internet-connected devices such as smart thermostats and smart lighting into the system for remote monitoring ...read more

Monday, June 06, 2022

Forget Twitter. This Musk Is Into ‘Toe Curling Yumminess.’

More than 300 streaming services are available in the United States, according to Parks Associates, a consulting firm.

From the article, "Forget Twitter. This Musk Is Into ‘Toe Curling Yumminess.’" by Brooks Barnes.

Thursday, June 02, 2022

FuboTV offers 4 UEFA soccer matches via pay-per-view

When it comes to live streaming content, sports tops the leaderboard in U.S. households, according to Parks Associates. The firm found that of the 43% of homes that streamed live content online in the three months prior, 61% had watched a live sporting event.

“Right now, sports content is key to drawing and keeping an engaged livestream viewer base. Even with content that benefits from live consumption – such as news and concerts – significantly fewer consumers are livestrea ...read more

Wednesday, June 01, 2022

Delivering Peace of Mind

A whitepaper released this week by research firm Parks Associates, “Value
Beyond Home Security: Expanding Product Ecosystems,” examined the expansion
of professional services beyond home security due to a number of factors, including the growth of connected devices, new technology, and unified offerings from
professional service providers and DIY solutions.

Even though the number of COVID-19 cases continues to rise across the U.S. amidst a resurgence, and the fact that ...read more

Tuesday, May 31, 2022

Report: Netflix’s Password-Sharing Crackdown Not Going Great

Parks Associates analyst Paul Erickson suggests Netflix opted to roll out its new pricing policy in these nations rather than highly profitable countries so that they “don’t potentially suffer a large amount of subscriber goodwill lost.”

From the article, "Netflix’s Password-Sharing Crackdown Not Going Great" by Tom Wilton.

Thursday, May 26, 2022

New Trends Driving Growth in Streaming Services

It is important to understand the different types of services offered and how Parks Associates defines them, as well as examples of some of the major players in each category.

OTT services experienced significant growth during the height of the COVID-19 pandemic. Parks Associates research reports that in Q3 2021, 80% of US internet households reported subscribing to at least one OTT service. Meanwhile, just 57% said they subscribed to a traditional pay-TV service, continuing ...read more

Tuesday, May 17, 2022

Study Finds Sports Is King Among Livestreamers

Events that are streamed live on the net are growing in popularity among internet households, especially live sports, according to a study released by Parks Associates.

The report, “Livestreaming: The Next Hot Video Market,” indicates that more than 40% of U.S. internet households have streamed content over the past three months. More than three out of five households (61%) were watching a streaming sports event.

The study also found that consumers who livestream spend a ...read more

Thursday, May 12, 2022

Warner Bros. Discovery, BT join forces to offer premium sports content for U.K. and Ireland

A May study from Parks Associates showed out of 43% of U.S. households that have streamed live content in the past three months, 61% recently watched a live sporting event. Paul Erickson, director of research at Parks Associates, said in a statement sports content is “key to drawing and keeping an engaged livestream viewer base.”

From the article, "Warner Bros. Discovery, BT join forces to offer premium sports content for U.K. and Ireland" by Masha Abarinova.

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