Parks Associates announced it forecasts that the number of Internet Protocol Television (IPTV) subscribers in the U.S. will rise from 8.8 million in 2011 to 18.6 million in 2017.
Parks Associates announced its latest research suggests that low cost and viewing flexibility give Netflix an advantage over pay-TV Video-On-Demand (VOD) and premium broadcast television.
Parks Associates announced its latest survey suggests that the majority American 3DTV owners are pleased with their televisions but crave more 3D content.
Parks Associates announced that it will host a special research session entitled “The Rise of the App Platform in the Mobile and CE Markets” at the upcoming CONNECTIONS conference.
Parks Associates announced its latest survey suggests that 31% of U.S. broadband households regularly watch television programs or movies accessed from the Internet on their TVs.
Parks Associates announced its latest research suggests that consumer interest in Smart TVs is outstripping demand for 3DTVs.
Parks Associates announced its consumer research suggests that U.S. holiday shoppers are equally enamoured of Amazon’s Kindle Fire table and Apple’s iPad 2.
Parks Associates announced its latest survey reports that the number of U.S. consumers planning to purchase a smart TV has nearly doubled in less than a year.
Parks Associates announced that its latest consumer survey suggests that consumers in North America and Western Europe are interested in TV Everywhere.
Parks Associates announced that, according to its latest survey, 30% of broadband households in Europe are interested in receiving live TV on Internet-connected mobile phones, tables and computers.
Parks Associates announced that, according to its latest report, consumers are not yet ready to embrace cloud-based digital locker systems for music and video.
Parks Associates announced it forecasts that sales of web-enabled TV devices will reach nearly 350 million units worldwide by 2015.
Parks Associates announced that the final session of its CONNECTIONS Summit at CES will examine market implications of TV Everywhere, VOD and connected TVs, along with the risks of cord cutting.
Parks Associates announced that its CONNECTIONS Summit at CES 2011 will feature an analyst roundtable addressing Internet-connected consumer electronics, 3D TV, Smartphones, connected home services and consumer buying habits.
Parks Associates announced the preliminary topics and call for speaker submissions for its 15th annual CONNECTIONS: The Digital Living Conference & Showcase to be held June 28-30, 2011.