Internet Is the New ‘Location’ in Student Housing

    Feb. 23, 2011 - A recent survey from the National Apartment Association (NAA), says that a robust High Speed Internet service is more important than the location of your multifamily property when it comes to why younger residents choose to live in your community.  Read More


    Netflix users streaming more TV

    July 12, 2012 - Following the announcement earlier this year by Netflix that their members had enjoyed more than two billion hours of streamed video in Q4 2011, a recent Nielsen survey shows 19 percent of the respondents prefer to use the service for TV or TV-like programming, an increase of eight percent compared to 2011.  Read More



    Nielsen Report - Sharp Growth in "Zero TV" Housholds 

    March 11, 2013 - The data in Nielsen‘s latest quarterly Cross-Platform Report, out today, provides a little texture to the debate over whether the pay TV ecosystem will soon begin to crumble as consumers either cut the cord, or young people don’t subscribe when they set out on their own.  Read More



    Millennials Embrace Both the Old and the New

    Feb 20, 2014 - TiVo announced the results of its 2013 Millennial Video Entertainment survey, which found that more than one-third (36 percent) of Millennials' TV viewing time was spent viewing traditional TV content such as TV shows and live sports. However, unlike previous generations, Millennials -- known as 'Generation Y' with birth years ranging from the early 1980s to the early 2000s -- primarily access video from streaming and subscription services, whether they be through individual TV channel apps and web sites, or streaming services such as Amazon Instant Video, Hulu Plus and Netflix.  Read More


    ‘A soup of misery’:



    June 7, 2014 - Frustrated with rising prices? Check. Keep getting hit with more fees and charges? Check. You're paying for more channels than you'd ever want to watch? Check.

    These are just a handful of the most common complaints consumers have when it comes to grappling with cable companies. And it's not just anecdotal: A survey of subscribers on the nation's biggest cable providers has found that more than half of Americans would abandon their cable provider if they felt they could. Cable rage is real, and here's the data to prove it.  Read More


    ‘US subs avoiding costly bundling' 



    Dec 13, 2014 - New data from Marchex, a mobile advertising technology company, reinforces the perception that Americans are increasingly tending to ‘shave’ or ‘cut the cord’ with cable providers in order to stream their favourite shows over the Internet.  Read More