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A full 50% of US broadband households watch long-form online video content on an internet-connected TV set these days.

A study from Leichtman Research Group has found that 74% of US TV households have at least one Internet-connected TV device, an increase from 65% in 2016, 44% in 2013, and 24% in 2010.
ctv 8 june 2018

Asian-American consumers are ahead on the digital-content curve, according to Nielsen, and their economic clout is on the rise, making this consumer group an essential to reach for marketers.
nielsen 9 june 2018
The latest edition of Horowitz Research’s State of Pay TV, OTT and SVOD report has found that lower cost online video services are now significantly impacting the perceived cost-benefit ratio of traditional pay-TV offers.

Offering aggregated, real-world data about key usage patterns for in-home Wi-Fi, managed Mesh solutions provider AirTies has revealed that its technologies are now seeing use by more than 50 operators on four different continents in more than 25 million homes.

Country-specific details in the PwC Global Entertainment & Media Outlook 2018-2022 have revealed that the UK’s E&M sector will be worth £76 billion, up 11% on the current total.