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Genre fragmentation and the imminent end of traditional programming have long been predicted, but research from Médiamétrie has found that in all of the world’s major TV markets entertainment shows still capture huge audiences.

About a fifth (22%) of US broadband households have an internet service speed of 100-999 Mbps, the most common service tier, although 39% of US broadband households do not know their broadband speed.

A survey of consumers conducted by Hub Entertainment Research and Dynata has revealed widespread password-sharing among viewers who watched the 14 April Game of Thrones (GoT) premiere from an online platform.

Despite the fact that viewing video is one of the technology's leading expected use cases, gaming remains the primary use case for virtual reality (VR) headsets, according to research from Parks Associates.

Consumers’ thirst for global content on streaming and subscription services seems unquenchable but when it comes to advertising, such viewers, in particular millennials, are more responsive to local rather than global sources says research from ZypMedia.
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Even though the focus to date on declining US pay-TV subscriptions has been on cord-cutting, research from MRI-Simmons has revealed that a growing number of Americans have never paid for a traditional TV connection.
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