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Satellite TV Subscriber Attrition Continued In DISH Q4 Results 

The traditional satellite TV business continued to suffer subscriber attrition in the fourth quarter of 2021, following the release of financial results from DISH Network Thursday. The direct-to-home satellite TV and over-the-top streaming services resource ended 2021 with 10.71 million total subscribers, including 8.22 million…

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Study: 55% U.S. Smart TV Penetration Changing Pay-TV Paradigms In 2022 

Fifty-five percent of U.S. homes with broadband service now have a smart TV, making integrated sets the default platform for streaming content among viewers, according to new market research from Parks Associates. The firm’s new “OTT Streaming Trends To Watch In 2022” white paper predicts…

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Hub Study: U.S. Viewers Increasingly Opt For Streaming Services First 

TV viewers in the United States are increasingly likely to go straight to a streaming service when they first turn on their television sets, according to the September “Decoding the Default” study from Hub Entertainment Research. From a year a ago, the number of U.S….

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Roku Survey Finds Streaming Passed A Tipping Point In The U.S. 

In the past year, the COVID-19 pandemic contributed to the generation of more over-the-top viewing among most Americans which has further encouraged the release of more live streaming and movies online, according to results of video-streaming specialist Roku’s annual survey. The smart TV streaming technology…