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Monday, October 18, 2021

Why People Cancel Streaming Subscriptions

Some new research from Parks Associates looks at the biggest reasons why people get rid of streaming subscriptions.

On Parks’ chart of “OTT Churn Triggers,” the top item listed is “Need to cut household expenses.” Others say they have finished watching the shows they liked on each serve, that the promotional price that drew them there ended, or that “couldn’t find good programs to watch.”

Despite efforts to boycott Netflix, especially following the controversial film Cut ...read more

Monday, October 18, 2021

The Fastest Growing Video Advertising Platform Is Now CTV

As media conglomerates such as Disney DIS -3.3% and Comcast place a greater content priority on streaming it has promoted consumers canceling their cable subscription. A study from Parks Associates says over one-third of U.S. broadband (38 million households) are cord-cutters. Over the next five years, Kagan projects cord cutting will result in a revenue loss from $91.1 billion in 2021 to $64.7 billion by 2025.

From the article "The Fastest Growing Video Advertising Platform ...read more

Wednesday, October 13, 2021

Digital health care: Better than the doctor's office?

Oh, how times have changed. Over this past year of COVID-19 lockdowns, telehealth saw usage by US broadband households jump from 15% to 41% between the second quarter of 2019 and the same period in 2020, according to Parks Associates. That kind of progress rarely happens overnight, and overnight progress rarely happens without a lot of learning and a few growing pains.

From the article "Digital health care: Better than the doctor's office?" by Lindsey Turrentine. 

Wednesday, October 13, 2021

Digital health care: Better than the doctor's office?

Oh, how times have changed. Over this past year of COVID-19 lockdowns, telehealth saw usage by US broadband households jump from 15% to 41% between the second quarter of 2019 and the same period in 2020, according to Parks Associates. That kind of progress rarely happens overnight, and overnight progress rarely happens without a lot of learning and a few growing pains.

From the article "Digital health care: Better than the doctor's office?" by Lindsey Turrentine. 

Wednesday, October 13, 2021

Digital health care: Better than the doctor's office?

Oh, how times have changed. Over this past year of COVID-19 lockdowns, telehealth saw usage by US broadband households jump from 15% to 41% between the second quarter of 2019 and the same period in 2020, according to Parks Associates. That kind of progress rarely happens overnight, and overnight progress rarely happens without a lot of learning and a few growing pains.

From the article "Digital health care: Better than the doctor's office?" by Lindsey Turrentine. 

Thursday, October 07, 2021

Cord cutting to carve $33.6B out of U.S. pay TV revenues by 2025

According to recent Parks Associates’ research, more than one-third of U.S. broadband households are cord-cutters who previously subscribed to traditional pay TV. That comes out to more than 38 million households.

Paul Erickson, senior analyst at Parks Associates, said that within that total fewer than one in 10 are cord-nevers who never subscribed to traditional TV.

From the article "Cord cutting to carve $33.6B out of U.S. pay TV revenues by 2025" by Ben Munson. 

Tuesday, October 05, 2021

Amazon’s Hardware Is the Ultimate Black Box

Amazon’s Fire TV has long ranked second only to Roku among streaming TV devices in North America, according to data from Parks Associates.

From the article "Amazon's Hardware Is the Ultimate Black Box" by Dan Gallagher.

Friday, October 01, 2021

Parks: Smart TV Adoption Rose 56% During the Pandemic

New results from Parks Associates‘ most recent quarterly survey show more consumers are opting for Smart TVs than ever before. According to the survey among 10,000 US broadband households, Smart TVs and Smart Speakers/displays were the two highest growing devices, rising 56% and 53% respectively.

Parks says the pandemic grew consumers’ perceived value of connected entertainment devices, generating growth in future purchase intentions for all product categories related to con ...read more

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