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Comscore and Twitch Partner to Deliver Livestreaming Audience Measurement for Esports and Gaming

New collaboration highlights Comscore's dedication to innovating esports, gaming and livestreaming measurement across platforms Comscore, a trusted partner for planning, transacting and evaluating media across platforms, announced today a new partnership with Twitch, the leading service and community for multiplayer entertainment. The deal adds tagless audience reporting of Twitch livestreaming, including gaming and esports insights, to Comscore digital audience solutions, providing a complete, unduplicated view into…

Parks Associates: TV Sets Still Dominate Video Entertainment, Accounting for More Than 50% of all Video Consumed

New Consumer Research Analyzes Shifting Trends in Video Consumption and Expenditures New research from Parks Associates finds that TV sets still dominate home entertainment, accounting for over one-half of all video consumed by US broadband households each week. 360 View: Digital Media and Connected Consumers reveals consumers report spending on average nearly 20 hours per week watching video on a TV, compared to nearly four hours on a mobile phone. Consumers also increased the total amount of time spent watching video…

APAC Spends Big on Rewarded Videos and Holiday Periods

Insights from Smaato’s Global In-App Advertising Trends Report Showcases APAC’s Penchant for Rewarded Video Smaato, the global in-app advertising platform, shares further insights on APAC from its Global In-App Advertising Trends Report’s spotlight on the region. With APAC on track to see a 25% increase in mobile ad spending in 2019, this edition of the report dives deep into the trends of importance for APAC from the first half of 2019. In-App eCPMs Across APAC     Country Indexed eCPM 1 New Zealand…

Behind Netflix’s Stagnation Lie Opportunities for Other Innovating Platforms

It’s no secret that Netflix has fundamentally altered the landscape of TV and film over the last decade. The platform has around 150 million global subscribers, with a name so household it has become a commonly used verb - “Netflix and chill” - a la Google and Uber. Riding the wave of demand for on-demand content - streaming video consumption is up 72% year-over-year - Netflix isn’t going away any time soon. And there’s no doubt that the company reached the size it is by setting itself apart from its competitors in…