Future of Video

Monday, December 10, 2018

13% of U.S. broadband households are cord cutters, 7% are cord shavers, and 4% are cord nevers

Research firm hosts inaugural Future of Video workshop and pre-show workshop OTT Market Disruption & Capturing Audiences 

Research firm Parks Associates launches the inaugural Future of Video conference today with a pre-show research workshop OTT Market Disruption & Capturing Audiences, featuring speakers from Verizon, XUMO, Viacom, Twitch, LG Electronics, Google, AirTV, and more, at the Marina del Rey Marriott. The research firm will present new consumer research on connect ...read more

Thursday, December 06, 2018

U.S. broadband households watch five hours of internet video per week on their TVs

New research from Parks Associates finds U.S. broadband households report watching an average of five hours of internet video on their television per week.The international research firm will present new connected entertainment consumer research and discuss implications for new content and business strategies during the workshop OTT Market Disruption & Capturing Audiences, December 10, ahead of the inaugural Future of Video: OTT, Pay TV, and Digital Media conference in Marina de ...read more

Tuesday, December 04, 2018

Over 80% of smart TVs are connected to the Internet, increasing 32% over last five years

Inaugural conference on OTT, pay TV, and digital media addresses future opportunities in the video market space

Parks Associates research shows consumers are steadily adding connected entertainment devices to their households and using their smart features—83% of smart TV owners connect their device to the internet, up from 70% in 2014. Ownership of streaming media players has almost doubled from about 21% of U.S. broadband households in 2014 to almost 40% in 2018, while sma ...read more

Tuesday, November 27, 2018

AT&T, Hulu, & 20th Century Fox to Keynote Future of Video: OTT, Pay-TV and Digital Media

OTT services create major industry shifts in content distribution, advertising, partnerships, and video subscription services  

Parks Associates research shows 70% of U.S. broadband households now subscribe to an OTT service, compared to 79% with pay-TV services. The research firm will discuss the future landscape of OTT, pay TV, and digital media and strategies to enhance the viewer value proposition at its inaugural Future of Video: OTT, Pay TV, and Digital Media conferenc ...read more

Thursday, November 15, 2018

Live broadcast TV represented 60% of video consumption on televisions in early 2012 but only 44% at the end of 2017

MediaKind sponsors Parks Associates’ inaugural Future of Video conference 

A new whitepaper from Parks Associates reports live broadcast TV represented 60% of video consumption on televisions in early 2012 but only 44% at the end of 2017. The firm, which will host Future of Video: OTT, Pay TV, and Digital Media on December 10-12 in California, notes that live viewing continues to decline, with survey data from 3Q 2018 showing live broadcast video now accounts for 42% of all ...read more

Thursday, October 25, 2018

Only 33% of cord cutters plan to use paid OTT services as a pay-TV substitute

Amazon, Dish, PBS, TiVo, and more to speak at Parks Associates’ inaugural conference on OTT, pay TV, and digital media  

Video OTT and pay-TV research from Parks Associates shows that consumer perception of a poor value proposition in pay TV remains the top trigger for changing, downgrading, or cancelling services. Among households that have made pay-TV changes in past 12 months, one-third of cord cutters and 10% of switchers or cord shavers plan to use paid OTT services as ...read more

Tuesday, October 16, 2018

34% of U.S. pay-TV subscribers changed their service in the past year

Ahead of inaugural Future of Video conference, firm releases new research showing consumers experimenting with new OTT services.

Leading entertainment research firm Parks Associates reports approximately one-third of pay-TV subscribers in U.S. broadband households changed their pay-TV services between 1Q 2017 and 1Q 2018. Fifteen percent of pay-TV subscribers, slightly less than half of all who made changes in the past year, downgraded to a less expensive TV service.  The fi ...read more

Tuesday, October 02, 2018

91% of households with OTT subscription subscribe to Hulu, Amazon Prime Video, or Netflix

Hulu VP to deliver keynote at Parks Associates’ inaugural conference on OTT, pay TV, and digital media

Research from Parks Associates finds that the top three OTT video services—Amazon Prime Video, Hulu, and Netflix—maintain significant market share, with 91% of OTT subscribers getting at least one of these services. The research firm announced today that Hulu Vice President and Head of Research Julie DeTraglia will be a keynote speaker at the inaugural Future of Video: OTT, ...read more

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