Millennials More Likely to Consume Internet-Only TV

New research about the US market reveals that among broadband households almost a quarter of those headed by millennials (23%) subscribe to television programming only via the Internet – that is, Over-The-Top (OTT) TV– which is more than the national average of 15%. Market research firm Park Associates also found that 61% of millennials subscribe to … Read more

Cinedigm to Bring Comic Con Channel to OwnZones

Broadcasting & Cable has reported that Cinedigm, an independent content distributor, will offer a version of CONTV, a service devoted to the comic book universe, as a streaming channel on OwnZones.com. Cinedigm claims a library of more than 52,000 films and TV episodes, consisting of documentaries, independent movies and festival picks through the Sundance Institute and Tribeca … Read more

Streaming Services Rival Broadcasters on Social Media

Engagement Labs, creator of the eValue™ score, has released its rankings of the top performing broadcast networks and streaming services on social media. Each network and streaming service was assessed for “responsiveness,” “engagement,” and “impact.” Among the streaming content providers, Hulu nabbed the top spot on Facebook, despite posting less frequently than competing streaming services, … Read more

US-Canadian Internet TV Market Could Reach $24.39 Billion in 2021

Industry analyst firm Digital TV Research predicted that Internet-delivered, aka Over-The-Top (OTT), television and video revenues in both Canada and the US will reach a combined $24.39 billion in 2021, up from $2.67 billion in 2010 and $15.39 billion in 2015. The new report, North America OTT TV & Video Forecasts, said there were 81.81 … Read more