Report on video consumption and engagement across screens and devices in the United States.
Ooyala Video Index 2011 Q4
Report on video viewing behaviour and engagement across screens and devices.
State of the Media - Nielsen Cross Platform Report-q1-2011
The average American today has more ways to watch video— whenever, however and wherever they choose. While certain segments of the population are migrating toward specific devices or viewing habits, the resounding trend is this: Americans are spending more time watching video content on traditional TVs, mobile devices and via the Internet than ever before..
TV Genius on Mobile TV guides
Mobile TV guides have historically done little more than duplicate the functionality of a TV listings magazine on the mobile phone, with little added value to the business, and disappointing revenues. It has not been until the last few years that a new generation of mobile TV guides have emerged with rich functionality and direct integration with content services that has driven a revival in the sector.
OMVC Mobile TV Study December 2009
U.S. mobile consumers appear ready to embrace live mobile TV, with nearly half saying that watching live digital television (DTV) via a mobile device is appealing. This interest is driven in large part by local programming, with nearly 90% of mobile device owners expressing interest in watching live news and weather programming on-the-go.
TV, Internet and Mobile Usage in the US
A revealing study showing that the American appetite for all things video continues unabated.
Mobile TV Uptake
Mobile TV promises much, but uptake is slow - why?