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Carri Bugbee

Will streaming TV get crazy expensive in the future? - Aug. 9, 2017 - 1 views

  • it could one day cost consumers more to get the content that they want than by buying cable.
  • Once people start to choose from a sea of content, they reach a point of exhaustion. They eventually end up cutting back services, said James McQuivey, leading analyst tracking the development of digital disruption at Forrester Research.
Carri Bugbee

Axios Media Trends - Axios - 0 views

  • In its second season, Snapchat's first original program, Good Luck America, averaged over 5 million unique viewers per episode, Axios has learned. The season totaled 29 million total unique viewers globally, 45% more than the prior season. Almost 75% of those viewers are under the age of 25, and over 90% are under age 35.
  • Adds new digital viewers: Twitter provided an average of 6% incremental reach to TV (meaning it expanded its audience with viewers that are digital-only) for target demographics.
  • Reaches a young audience: Twitter saw an average of 25% additional digital reach to TV programs amongst adults 18-24.
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  • arlier this year, Twitter announced 16 new video streaming partnerships, including a 24/7 news network partnership with Bloomberg, but a Q2 user base and advertising slump has put increased on the platform to step up its live video content.
Carri Bugbee

4th Edition of SocialTV Index Tracking Survey by Ring Digital llc Shows Twitter is Up 2... - 0 views

  • Ring Digital estimates the Social TV Engager population at ~57 million TV viewers.
  • Twitter was used by 28.4% of the Social TV Engager population up 28% from six months ago.
  • News was selected by 48.1% of Social TV Engagers as one of five genres of prime-time TV content about which they have voted, posted, shared or commented.
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  • The results reveal the strength of Twitter as a core news platform. Journalists, bloggers and athletes use Twitter as a next-generation newswire. For these users, Donald Trump has done a great service to the social media community by cementing the useful role that Twitter plays in news dissemination, even if the corporate team at Twitter continues to believe they can create a mass media juggernaut that competes head-to-head with Facebook."
Carri Bugbee

Viggle Makes A DVR Connection | Multichannel - 0 views

  • “We expect to see the Add-to-DVR option drive tune-in among consumers, as they are reminded about their favorite shows through websites, banner and mobile ads,” said Viggle president and COO Greg Consiglio, in a statement. “As an added benefit, viewers who check into any TV programs with the Viggle app will earn points that can be redeemed for free movies, TV shows and music at”
Carri Bugbee

Mobile used more than PCs for TV Everywhere accessnScreenMedia - 1 views

  • 48% of TV Everywhere accesses are from tablets and smartphones, far higher than for all online video.
  • tablets and smartphones now account for about a 30% of all online video starts. Adobe also reports that online video starts increased 22% from the same quarter last year.
Carri Bugbee

3 in 10 TV Sets Globally Forecast to be Internet-Connected by 2020 - 0 views

  • The number of smart TVs, meanwhile, is expected to triple between year-end (124.4 million) and 2020 (346.3 million) and be the primary connected device, at 36% share of the total.
Carri Bugbee

Are Young People Watching Less TV? (Updated - Q2 2014 Data) - 0 views

  • traditional TV viewing among 18-24-year-olds in Q2 2014 was down by 11.7% year-over-year. Between Q2 2011 and Q2 2014, weekly viewing fell by 21.7%, a sizable figure.
  • TV viewing by 18-24-year-olds; the weekly average has now dropped on a year-over-year basis for at least 10 consecutive quarters.
  • in the space of 3 years, Q2 TV viewing by 18-24-year-olds dropped by more than 5 hours per week. That’s a considerable amount, equivalent to roughly 45 minutes per day.
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  • American adults watch an average of 4 hours and 36 minutes of live TV per day, as opposed to half-an-hour watching time-shifted TV, 11 minutes using a game console, 1 hour and 7 minutes using internet on a computer and 1 hour and 25 minutes using a smartphone.
  • The difference in declines between the viewing population and the 18-24 population as a whole suggests the growing presence of “cord-nevers” – people who have never subscribed to a pay-TV service and are instead getting all their programming options from OTT services. It also means that TV’s grip on its young viewers remains, but is loosening.
  • In Q2, 12-17-year-olds watched an average of 18 hours and 58 minutes of traditional TV per week, representing a 14-minute-per-day year-over-year decline. That’s an uptick from recent declines.
  • African-Americans viewers continued to consume the most TV on a monthly basis in Q2, more than double the amount of time spent by Asians, who spent the least amount of time watching TV (206:03 vs. 83:02).
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