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07 May 2020
Founder and chief executive Henry Birtles, and managing director Frank Sale, talk to Euan Cunningham about the rise of HBA Media, amalgamating the presentation of top horse races and improving media coverage of this most traditional of sports.
11 Jul 2019
More consumers worldwide now pay for OTT video services than subscription television, with sport the most popular live category, and accessibility and quality of content and delivery, as well as the price point, are key factors, according to Grabyo.
04 Jul 2019
Sports-wise, cricket still remains the most popular sport watched on television, with a 69 per cent viewership share in 2017. However, local sport kabaddi is fast gaining share, while wrestling and soccer remain popular.
04 Jul 2019
Player tracking, in-depth analysis and the packaging of matches have been among the most distinctive elements in the television production of this year’s Cricket World Cup.
04 Jun 2019
The Spanish television landscape has evolved considerably over the last five years, a trend that looks set to continue due to the rapid developments in technology, changes in consumer habits and increased convergence in the telecommunications and audio-visual sector.
30 Apr 2019
Six major free-to-air (FTA) television networks compete in a market with shrinking audiences and declining advertising revenues. However, FTA television continues to be the medium that concentrates the largest investment in advertising, accounting for 35.4 per cent of all spending.
26 Apr 2019
At the end of 2018, the percentage of the television audience who watched terrestrial television was 88.6 per cent, while the percentage of the audience who watched cable and satellite (including IPTV) was 11.4 per cent.
01 Apr 2019
Television continues to be strongly anchored in the everyday lives of French people. In 2018, the average daily viewing time was 3 hours and 46 minutes, when all screens (TV sets, PCs, tablets, and smartphones) and all locations are combined.
07 Mar 2019
The Irish television market, while small, is mature and competitive, with a wide range of operators and platforms offering both domestic, UK and international channels. Ireland had a population of 4.8 million people in 1.7 million occupied households at the end of 2017. There were 1.6 million television households, representing a national television penetration of 92.2 per cent.