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Roku Subscriptions on Par with Amazon in US Market

Roku Subscriptions on Par with Amazon in US Market

Amazon is the biggest OTT platform in the world. In the US market, however, Roku remains on par with Amazon, according to TDG. Roku and Amazon are at odds in both the streaming service box market and the streaming stick market.Roku represents 50.8% of the US streaming...

Video Streaming Customer Satisfaction Surpasses Traditional Pay-TV

Video Streaming Customer Satisfaction Surpasses Traditional Pay-TV

According to the latest American Customer Satisfaction Index (ACSI) Telecommunications Report, video streaming services scored higher customer satisfaction than traditional subscription pay-TV services.The subscription pay-TV service score has remained consistent at...

Smartphone Shipments Expected to Face Another Challenging Year

Smartphone Shipments Expected to Face Another Challenging Year

IDC’s “Worldwide Quarterly Mobile Phone Tracker” suggests that global smartphone shipments will have another challenging year in 2019.Smartphone shipments are forecasted to decline 1.9% from 2018, marking the third consecutive year of market declines. The dip in...

Households Without Pay-TV Use Twice as Much Data

Households Without Pay-TV Use Twice as Much Data

Compared to traditionally bundled pay-TV households, Internet-only households use nearly twice as much data, according to a recent OpenVault broadband data usage report.The report indicates that Internet-only homes use an average of 395.7 gigabytes per month while...

Interest in Self-Installed Security Systems on the Rise

Interest in Self-Installed Security Systems on the Rise

Professional installation remains the primary choice for home security systems. However, research from Parks Associates indicates that 52% of households that are likely to purchase a home security system in the next 12 months are interested in a self-installed...

Older Viewers Close the Online Video Gap

Older Viewers Close the Online Video Gap

Online video is no longer a young person’s game. Nielsen reports that while those in the 18-34 age range adopt online video faster, the 50-64 age range follow closely in representation. Of those who watch videos on a connected TV, 60% fall into the 18-34 age range...

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