Online Video News Round Up: MLB, NBA, NHL combining efforts to launch digital video channel
MLB, NBA, NHL combining efforts to launch digital video channel – Bloguin
MLB, the NBA, the NHL, NASCAR, and Campus Insiders are all partnering to launch a new digital video channel called 120 Sports, which will focus on two minute videos providing highlights, interviews, and analysis of the participating sports.
CEA Study: OTT Video Enhancing, Not Replacing, Traditional TV – Streaming Media
Traditional TV providers, such as cable, satellite, and fiber, serve 79 percent of U.S. adults with online access, and digital video is a supplement to that content, not a replacement.
29% of US broadband users watch video on mobile – Broadband TV News
Roughly 29% of US broadband users watch video on a mobile phone monthly, with the average user watching 1.7 hours of video on a mobile phone each week, according to Parks Associates.
Survey: 72% of Millennials Use Free Video Streaming, 60% Use SVOD Services – Video Nuze
TiVo’s 2013 Millennial Video Entertainment survey reveals that 72% of millennials use free video streaming sources like Hulu, YouTube and network TV sites, making these the most-used source for their video viewing.
Survey Finds Trouble For Cable/Sat-TV Services – Twice
Consumers continue to grow frustrated watching the same channels repeatedly and are migrating more and more to over-the-top (OTT) video streaming alternatives, according to a fourth-quarter 2013 survey outlined in TiVo’s Digitalsmiths’ “Video Trends Report.”