Use this feature to view the product’s related, periodically updated content, including historical items in the series.
Highly granular interactive dashboard covering 8 countries with summaries. Focusing on the reasons behind churn by service and where consumers go following their departure from a given service. Splits by service, country and demographic group.
Omdia’s consumer survey data includes responses to inquiries about device access and usage, subscription video services, video consumption, transactional video services, user opinions, connected homes, gaming and sports, and other services.
This dashboard includes responses to inquiries about service usage habits across devices, their impact on various quality measures and user experience ratings, and mobile video usage behaviors.
Identifies mobile, PC, and console gamers by market and device type. Analyzes device usage habits, including device access and overlaps by brand, location of use, and primary TV connections. Offers a view of digital gaming services usage.
This pivot table-based workbook regroups the core set of Connected Devices Intelligence’s connected device data. Spanning all 75 countries covered in the intelligence service, this workbook provides data on nine connected devices by type and by operating system. The device types include Smart TV, PC, smartphone, and more.
This dashboard shows how sport fans engage with video services, content, and devices. This can be drilled into by sports type, sports league, and engagement type.
The Omdia Consumer Research Sports dashboard provides insight into the media portfolios, usage trends, and opinions of sports viewers. The consumer survey we run as part of our Consumer Research - Devices, Media & Usage Spotlight Service asks a nationally representative and statistically significant sample of consumers across the globe about their video service and device usage habits. Questions explore views and habits of followers of key sports by market, how they engage with each sport, and which sport leagues they follow within them. Omdia tracks the usage of video services for accessing sports content across traditional pay TV, online subscription, advertising-funded, and transactional video.
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