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Thursday, March 04, 2021

How fuboTV Plans to ‘Expand the Breadth of Sports’ to their Live TV Streaming Service

There are 75 million people in the US who have an MVPD service and based on the most recent Parks Associates report, 43% of cable TV households will likely switch to a virtual MVPD streaming service. With this large market potential, fuboTV believes there is immense success to be sought out, especially as the company continues to be aggressive with its partnerships and content expansion.

From the article "How fuboTV Plans to ‘Expand the Breadth of Sports’ to their Live TV St more

Tuesday, March 02, 2021

Report: Over 12M U.S. homes eliminated their fixed broadband

Fixed broadband service providers may want to reconsider their price plans and improve their customer service if they want to keep their customers from cutting the cord.

According to a new report from Parks Associates, more than 12 million U.S. households have cancelled their home broadband service and now only use mobile broadband for their Internet. And another 3 million U.S. households have never had a home Internet subscription.

Parks Associates found that the reason more

Tuesday, March 02, 2021

Is It Too Late to Get In on This Millionaire-Maker Stock?

This shift isn't over by a long shot. According to a January report from market researcher Parks Associates, 43% of people still paying for traditional TV plan to switch to streaming in the coming year. Expect Roku to be a primary beneficiary of this massive pay-TV exodus. Its hardware devices are popular, and it currently estimates that its software runs 38% of smart TVs sold in the U.S., making it the market-share leader.

From the article "Is It Too Late to Get In on This more

Friday, February 19, 2021

Four highlights from Roku’s (ROKU) Q4 earnings report

In its shareholder letter, Roku stated that according to research from Parks Associates, 43% of all broadband households in the US that currently pay for traditional TV are likely to switch to streaming within the next 12 months. The company added that a report by Conviva indicated that the Roku platform held a 41% share of streams, making it the most popular streaming platform.

From the press release, "Four highlights from Roku’s (ROKU) Q4 earnings report."

Thursday, February 18, 2021

How to tell who’s winning — and who’s losing — the streaming wars

Most companies don’t disclose quarterly churn rates, though third-party organizations such as The NPD Group and Parks Associates track cancellations through research and surveys. Data from analytics firm Antenna has even tracked churn based on specific events, such as the end of “Game of Thrones” and and Netflix’s “Cuties” controversy. Thus far, Netflix and Hulu have proven to be far stickier services than newer products such as Apple TV+ and Peacock. Investors should watch to s more

Tuesday, February 09, 2021

60% Of Pay-TV Users Want Subs To Include Streaming Content From Online Video Services

Sixty percent of pay-TV subscribers, or nearly half of U.S. broadband households, are interested in streaming movies and TV shows from an online video service as part of their pay-TV subscriptions, according to new consumer research from Parks Associates.

Rather than doubt OTT’s permanence as in the past, pay-TV providers are starting to respond to the demand: The number of pay-TV subscribers who receive online video services has jumped nearly 50% in a year.

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Saturday, January 30, 2021

Forget the Streaming Wars—Pandemic-Stricken 2020 Lifted Netflix and Others

About 60% of U.S. households currently use Netflix, according to research firm Parks Associates, and it still holds a sizable lead over most of its rivals—though some new entrants are gaining ground fast.

From the article "Forget the Streaming Wars -- Pandemic-Stricken 2020 Lifted Netflix and Others" by Lillian Rizzo and Drew Fitzgerald.

Friday, January 29, 2021

Almost Half of All Pay-TV Customers Are Likely to Cut the Cord This Year

A new report by Parks Associates reveals that it’s likely 43% of all broadband households in the U.S. paying for traditional TV will switch to streaming options within the next 12 months. The main reason? Cable is too expensive. There’s big incentive for TV subscribers to cut the cord in favor of Virtual Multichannel Video Programming Distributors like Hulu + Live, YouTube TV, Sling, and more, with cost being just one of the reasons.

The Parks research shows that 17% of vMVP more

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