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Thursday, March 15, 2018

Over 70% of TV viewing by young not TV or live-streaming

TV-viewing research from Parks Associates finds that live TV viewing among all video consumption has continued to decline overall among US broadband households – nearly 60 per cent of video viewed on the TV is on-demand, non-linear content. The research shows that the trend is particularly pronounced among young consumers. Just over one-quarter of TV viewing by consumers ages 18 to 34 is of live sources, including pay-TV, over-the-air channels, and live-streaming.

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Wednesday, December 06, 2017

User experience key focus for smart TVs and SMPs

A Parks Associates report finds that makers of smart TVs and streaming media players (SMPs) are shifting strategies to focus on the user experience (UX) as device sales start to flatten out.

According to Parks Associates’ Market Snapshot – Smart TVs & the User Experience, 45 per cent of US broadband households have a smart TV, which is now the most commonly used platform among US broadband households for accessing online video content.

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Wednesday, June 28, 2017

Connected CE purchases show steady decline since 2008

“Today, consumers are satisfied with many of their existing products, provided they are working well,” said Tricia Parks, President, CEO, and Founder, Parks Associates. “Many product categories are following predictable patterns. Consumers value their connected CE products, but there is no big purchase buzz except for personal assistants with voice, particularly the Amazon Echo. Its ‘wow factor’ is translating into true consumer excitement, interest, and adoption.”

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Friday, March 17, 2017

20% US pay-TV subs dissatisfied with service

Research from market research and consulting company Parks Associates reveals that 20 per cent of US pay-TV subscribers say they are dissatisfied with their pay-TV service, representing a 100 per cent increase since early 2013. The firm’s report – TV Services: Changing the Channel Package – indicates that only one-third of pay-TV subscribers are very satisfied with their pay-TV service, a drop from 57 per cent who indicated very high satisfaction levels in 2013.

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Thursday, February 16, 2017

29% US Consumers Get News From Social Media

Consumer research from market research and consulting company Parks Associates reveals 29 per cent of US broadband households get most of their news from social media platforms such as Facebook and Twitter. According to 360 View: Digital Media & Connected Consumers, despite the emergence of online sources for news, the majority of broadband consumers feel that television is more authentic than online video.

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Thursday, February 02, 2017

19% US Households Cancel OTT

According to market research firm Parks Associates’ OTT Video Market Tracker service, the churn rate for OTT video services is 19 per cent of US broadband households, indicating roughly one in five households have cancelled an OTT service in the past 12 months.

From the article "19% US Households Cancel OTT" by advanced-television.com

Wednesday, January 18, 2017

Parks: Cord-cutting Up

Cord-cutter consumer research from Parks Associates shows the percentage of US broadband households that use only antennas to receive TV has steadily increased since 2013 to reach 15 per cent. The firm’s report, 360 View: Entertainment Services in U.S. Broadband Households, reveals this increase coincides with a drop in pay-TV subscriptions and an increase in Internet-only video subscriptions.

“Pay-TV subscriptions have dropped each year since 2014, falling to 81 per cent of ...read more

Friday, January 06, 2017

26% US Broadband Homes Own A Smart Home Device

Parks Associates research shows that 26 per cent of US broadband households now own a smart home device, up from 19 per cent at the end of 2015.

“In the last two years, smart home device ownership has more than doubled, and we estimate companies will sell almost 55 million smart home devices in 2020,” said Stuart Sikes, President, Parks Associates. “With adoption now over one-fourth of all US broadband households, smart home companies are focused on expanding their product f ...read more

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