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Consumers Not Feeling the 4K Ultra HDTV Love

The Diffusion Group (TDG) announced its research suggests that short-term demand for 4K Ultra HDTVs continues to be hampered by a lack of consumer awareness and revulsion to the high equipment costs.

US TVs Get Connected

The Diffusion Group announced it reckons that 56% of all US broadband households have at least one TV connected to the Internet.

Smart TV Manufacturers Leave Money on the Table

The Diffusion Group announced it forecasts that, despite accelerating global demand for Smart TVs, manufacturers will be largely unsuccessful in generating new revenue from these net-connected devices.

Connected TVs More Attractive Than 3D Sets

The Diffusion Group (TDG) announced its latest research suggests that new HDTV buyers in broadband households are more likely to purchase an Internet-connected HDTV instead of a 3DTV.

Dissecting The Age of Multi-Source TV

The Diffusion Group announced its latest research report identifies five distinct segments of TV viewers, two of which look beyond live broadcast TV as their first entertainment choice.

Netflix Subscribers Jump Ship

The Diffusion Group announced it forecasts that up to 15% of Netflix DVD-by-mail and streaming video subscribers will cancel their service in the next six months due to the new pricing scheme the company rolled out on July 12, 2011.

Talk of Cord Cutting Premature

The Diffusion Group (TDG) announced it forecasts that half of the 488 million households capable of using Over-the-Top (OTT) video services in 2016 will actively do so.

Premium Video-on-Demand Services Overpriced

The Diffusion Group (TDG) announced that, according to its latest research, DirecTV, Comcast and others have overpriced their upcoming premium Video-On-Demand (pVoD) services.

iPad Users Don’t Want their Pay TV

The Diffusion Group (TDG) announced its latest research suggests that iPad users and potential iPad buyers are more likely than average adult broadband users to either downgrade or cancel their pay TV service.

Broadband Gateways Moving to Living Room

The Diffusion Group (TDG) announced that, according to its latest research, broadband routers and gateways (the platforms by which home networks and connected devices are enabled) are now more likely to be located in the family or living room than the home office.

Most PS3s Connected to Internet

The Diffusion Group (TDG) announced that that one-third of U.S. broadband households now use a game console that is connected to the Internet. According to the statement, Sony’s PS3 tops the list with 78% of consoles being connected to the Internet, followed by Microsoft’s Xbox 360 at 73%, and Nintendo’s Wii at 54%.

Broadband-Enabled TV Households 360 Million by 2014

The Diffusion Group (TDG) announced that, according to its newly published study, by 2014 more than 360 million households worldwide will own the components necessary to enjoy Over-the-Top (OTT) video services on their TV, with more than half actively receiving OTT services.

Netflix Users Streaming to the TV

The Diffusion Group (TDG) announced that, according to its newly published study, almost two-thirds of Netflix users that subscribe to a home broadband service are now viewing the ‘Watch Instantly’ streaming video service.