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  • Report
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    JUN 8, 2021

    The return of live sports produced a flurry of licensing activity from broadcast networks and streaming services—including digital video, social, and ecommerce platforms. It also reignited concerns about the sustainability of pricing models for sports video and TV.

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    OCT 19, 2021
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    DEC 6, 2021
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    MAY 27, 2021

    In France, where the population skew isn’t quite the same, the love affair with the TV is, and it’s thus proving more difficult to shift to digital, even amid strong uptake for on-demand services. In our 2020 Global Media Intelligence report, in association with GlobalWebIndex, 93.0% of internet users in France ages 16 to 64 said they watched TV via live broadcast.

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    NOV 3, 2021
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    OCT 28, 2021
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    OCT 18, 2021
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    OCT 18, 2021
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    OCT 13, 2021
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    OCT 21, 2021

    Broadcast TV, radio, and social networking claimed larger slices of time than other specific media activities. The average time internet users spent daily with broadcast TV in H1 was nearly an hour longer than the 58 minutes devoted to online TV/video streaming.

  • Report
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    OCT 21, 2021

    Broadcast TV is close to holding its own against digital video, but live radio struggles to compete with digital audio. Live TV is still a major draw for Saudi Arabia’s internet users. Some 91.4% of those polled in 2021 had watched live TV in the prior month. Broadcast TV viewing actually increased YoY among respondents ages 16 to 34, and those living in the suburbs.

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    OCT 21, 2021

    Nonetheless, time spent with broadcast TV in H1 was more than half an hour greater than time spent with online TV and video, at 1 hour, 56 minutes (1:56) per day versus 1:22, respectively. However, broadcast TV no longer claimed more time than social networking, which averaged 1:57 each day. In fact, social media and messaging engaged more internet users than any other activity.

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    OCT 21, 2021

    Broadcast TV drew a significantly larger audience than time-shifted TV viewing options, such as TV channels’ catch-up or on-demand services (cited by 60.1% of those polled) or recording TV shows to watch later (54.6%). Time spent with broadcast TV averaged 1 hour, 53 minutes (1:53) per day—fueled largely by older residents; in the 55-to-64 age bracket, 94.1% were live TV viewers.

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    OCT 21, 2021

    Live TV’s reach remained impressive, with 88.8% of internet users having watched broadcast TV in the prior month as of Q1 2021—virtually unchanged from H1 2020. The average time spent each day with broadcast TV rose by 3 minutes, to 2:19. Magazine readership stood at 55.9% in Q1 2021, with essentially equal shares of males and females engaging with this print format.

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    OCT 21, 2021

    Time spent with broadcast TV averaged a robust 2 hours, 31 minutes (2:31) daily in H1 2021, virtually unchanged since 2019. While live TV still flourished in Romania, usage of time-shifted TV was rather limited. Just 31.3% of internet users had used TV channels’ catch-up or on-demand services during the previous month in Q1, while 33.2% had recorded TV broadcasts to watch later.

  • Report
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    OCT 21, 2021

    Digital video and time-shifted TV grew their audiences. South Africa’s digital video audience first surpassed the live TV audience in 2020. This year, that gap was much wider. In H1 2021, 82.7% of internet users ages 16 to 64 had watched broadcast TV in the previous month, while 95.2% had streamed video from a digital source. Time-shifted TV viewing was also more popular in H1 2021 than a year prior.

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    OCT 21, 2021

    Since 2018, social networking has engaged more internet users than broadcast TV. In H1 2021, 94.4% of those polled had used social media in the month prior to polling, compared with 79.5% who had watched live TV. Some 93.1% of respondents had used at least one named messaging service, as well. In addition, social networking and messaging occupied more daily time (2:22) than broadcast TV (2:17).

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    OCT 21, 2021

    Broadcast TV, meanwhile, was still viewed more widely than most digital alternatives. In Q1 2021, 92.0% of internet users had watched live TV in the month prior to polling. But many respondents were also adept at time-shifted viewing; more than 80% used broadcasters’ catch-up or on-demand services, while 73.1% recorded TV programs to watch later. Both values increased from 2020.

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    OCT 21, 2021

    Live TV has maintained a huge audience, though digital video viewing rocketed during the pandemic. Live TV still drew the overwhelming majority of internet users in Spain. In Q1, 94.2% of respondents ages 16 to 64 had watched live TV in the month prior to polling. Meanwhile, in H1, respondents devoted an average of 2:11 to broadcast TV daily.

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    OCT 21, 2021

    Singapore’s digital video audience has surpassed that of live TV. Broadcast TV viewership may be plateauing. The share of Singapore’s internet users who watched live TV in the month before polling rose by less than 1 percentage point, to 79.1% in H1 2021. Nearly 59% of respondents had viewed TV shows via a broadcaster’s catch-up or on-demand service.

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    OCT 21, 2021

    Most internet users engage regularly with live TV and radio, while print media has a more limited reach. Audiences for broadcast TV and radio remained robust in France. Some 92.4% of internet users ages 16 to 64 had watched live TV in the month prior to polling in Q1 2021, and 74.8% had listened to live radio shows.

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    OCT 21, 2021

    Broadcast TV still attracted a vast majority of internet users. As of Q1, 90.4% of those ages 16 to 64 had watched live TV in the prior month. More than three-quarters (78.2%) of respondents had used a TV channel’s catch-up or on-demand service, and nearly 57% had recorded TV programs to watch later.

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    OCT 21, 2021

    About 9 in 10 internet users watched paid-for video and live TV in Q1 2021. Broadcast TV continued to attract large audiences in Brazil. In Q1 2021, 89.4% of internet users ages 16 to 64 had watched live TV in the preceding month. Moreover, the share of those who recorded TV shows for later viewing recovered from 33.8% in H1 2020 to 36.6% in Q1 2021.

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    OCT 21, 2021

    However, the average time spent streaming online TV and video was less than half the time devoted to broadcast TV, at 1:03 per day. Social networking and messaging were the only media activities to rival live TV and video streaming in overall reach.

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    OCT 21, 2021

    Online TV and video content occupied an average 1:07 per day. As of Q1 2021, most video viewers (66.4% of internet users) watched TV or film content via subscription video-on-demand (SVOD) services like Netflix or Catchplay—a gain of about 5 percentage points from H1 2020. Live TV proved popular, too. In Q1, 86.8% of internet users had watched broadcast TV in the prior month.

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