Syndicated Reports

TDG regularly publishes some of the most forward-thinking analyses in the legacy and broadband TV industry. In fact, we predicted the impact that broadband video would have on legacy TV years before the term ‘OTT’ came into existence. And we continue to be years ahead of other research firms in the topics we address and the methods we use to do so.

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The Path to Ultra-HD Video – An Insider’s View, 2016-2026

November 03, 2016Eric Grab

The Path to Ultra-HD Video – An Insider’s View, 2016-2026

The concept of Ultra High-Definition (UHD) video has been around for years but remains at best a work in progress. Though hardware is readily...

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The Video Ecosystem of the US Broadband Households 2016

August 31, 2016Vibha Pant

The Video Ecosystem of the US Broadband Households 2016

This report describes via primary research the consumer electronic (CE) and personal computer (PC) ecosystem of the US broadband household, including...

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The Future of Smartphone Video,  2016-2025

July 29, 2016Joel Espelien

The Future of Smartphone Video, 2016-2025

Social-mobile (SoMo) video viewing by younger adults is exploding. Video is no longer limited to dedicated video apps like Netflix and Hulu (or even...

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The Future of Online Video Platforms

June 23, 2016Joel Espelien and Alan Wolk

The Future of Online Video Platforms

As TDG first predicted in 2008, video viewing continues to shift from legacy TV to broadband video platforms. This change  has necessitated a...

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Internet Set-top Box Users - A Consumer Snapshot

April 01, 2016Joel Espelien and Vibha Pant

Internet Set-top Box Users – A Consumer Snapshot

Between 2011 and 2015, the use of Internet set‐top boxes (iSTBs) for streaming video to home television increased four‐fold among US adult...

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The Future of TV Viewing,  2016-2025

January 01, 2016Joel Espelien

The Future of TV Viewing, 2016-2025

Only five years ago, PCs accounted for 98% of all online video viewing in the US. Today, the device mix is dramatically different, as is the source...

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‘First Glance’ TV Viewer Segments

January 01, 2016Vibha Pant

‘First Glance’ TV Viewer Segments

In this age of quantum media, video viewing has moved beyond family televisions to more personal devices like tablets and smartphones. At the same...

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The Recommendation Revolution – The Future of Recommendation-Driven Guides, 2016-2025

January 01, 2016Alan Wolk

The Recommendation Revolution – The Future of Recommendation-Driven Guides, 2016-2025

Today’s viewers are busy people, and when they do take the time to sit down and watch television, they want to watch something they will enjoy...

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The Future of Consumer VR and Its Impact on Video Viewing, 2016-2025

December 29, 2015Joel Espelien

The Future of Consumer VR and Its Impact on Video Viewing, 2016-2025

Led by the popularity of video games, virtual reality (VR) will over the next several years become a pop cultural phenomenon. It has few rivals in...

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Cracking the Code: Segmenting Video Viewers in the Age of Quantum Media

December 01, 2015Michael Greeson and Vibha Pant

Cracking the Code: Segmenting Video Viewers in the Age of Quantum Media

In 2006, TDG first started working toward a theory of quantum media – that is, the ‘any time, any place, any device, any content, any network’...

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