Television Report - Viewing Time - US and big five

September 13, 2013  | Subscribers Only

Fateha Begum Fateha Begum Associate Director, Television Media
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The traditional TV business models have fast changed in the past years, as more devices enter the market, allowing consumers to time-shift and place-shift content. Time spent viewing television content has increased significantly across all markets, with the entry of DVRs, OTT and VoD helping to boost viewership. This report looks at changes in television consumption habits across the US and big five European markets in 2012 - looking at linear viewing trends, DVR time-shifting, pay-TV VoD and online video.

Tables and charts included:

  • Total television viewing time (mins/person/day);UK: Non-linear viewing time as a proportion of total TV viewing time;Italy: Non-linear viewing time as a proportion of total TV viewing time;Italy: Television viewing time and Unemployment Rate Spain: Non-linear viewing time as a proportion of total TV viewing time;Spain: Non-linear viewing time as a proportion of total TV viewing time;France: Non-linear viewing time as a proportion of total TV viewing time;Germany: Non-linear viewing time as a proportion of total TV viewing time;US: Non-linear viewing time as a proportion of total TV viewing time;Non-linear viewing as a proportion of total TV viewing time

Pages: 12

Tables and charts: 9

Fateha Begum

Associate Director, Television Media

Ms. Fateha Begum is an associate director of the Television Media Team at IHS Markit.

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