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Cross-Platform Television Viewing Time Report - 2013

September 05, 2014  | Subscribers Only

Fateha Begum Fateha Begum Associate Director, Connected Devices & Media Consumption, IHS Markit
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2013 saw the decline of traditional TV in terms of average viewing time across a number of markets as non-traditional methods continued to rise. The higher uptake of platforms and devices which allow consumers to time- and place-shift content is becoming a key contender for traditional TV viewing.

This Cross-Platform Television Viewing Time market monitor examines the key consumption trends in television viewing on both traditional and non-traditional platforms in 2013. IHS identifies the kay factors behind changes in the average time spent viewing content on the traditional TV set, via DVR time-shifting and on-demand. The markets covered include the US, UK, France, Germany, Italy and Spain.

List of tables and charts:

  • US: Non-linear TV viewing as a percentage of total TV viewing time
  • US: Household Penetration
  • US: Growth in average daily TV viewing time by medium (mins/person)
  • US: Average VoD Viewing Time per Person
  • US: Pay-TV Operators offering on-demand services
  • US: Key online video services by business model
  • UK: Non-linear TV viewing as a percentage of total TV viewing time
  • UK: Household Penetration
  • UK: Growth in average daily TV viewing time by medium (mins/person)
  • UK: Average VoD Viewing Time per Person
  • UK: Pay-TV Operators offering on-demand services
  • UK: Key online video services by business model
  • France: Non-linear TV viewing as a percentage of total TV viewing time
  • France: Household Penetration
  • France: Growth in average daily TV viewing time by medium (mins/person)
  • France: Average VoD Viewing Time per Person
  • France: Pay-TV Operators offering on-demand services
  • France: Key online video services by business model
  • Germany: Non-linear TV viewing as a percentage of total TV viewing time
  • Germany: Household Penetration
  • Germany: Growth in average daily TV viewing time by medium (mins/person)
  • Germany: Average VoD Viewing Time per Person
  • Germany: Pay-TV Operators offering on-demand services
  • Germany: Key online video services by business model
  • Italy: Non-linear TV viewing as a percentage of total TV viewing time
  • Italy: Household Penetration
  • Italy: Growth in average daily TV viewing time by medium (mins/person)
  • Italy: Average VoD Viewing Time per Person
  • Italy: Pay-TV Operators offering on-demand services
  • Italy: Key online video services by business model
  • Spain: Non-linear TV viewing as a percentage of total TV viewing time
  • Spain: Household Penetration
  • Spain: Growth in average daily TV viewing time by medium (mins/person)
  • Spain: Average VoD Viewing Time per Person
  • Spain: Pay-TV Operators offering on-demand services
  • Spain: Key online video services by business model

Number of pages: 15

Number of charts and tables: 36

Fateha Begum

Associate Director, Connected Devices & Media Consumption, IHS Markit

Fateha Begum is an associate director of the Service Providers & Platforms team at IHS Markit, and heads research in the area of connected devices and media consumption trends.

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