Nielsen: Asian-Americans Lead in Digital Viewing (Multichannel News)

African-Americans Second In Watching Content on Phones, Computers

Young Asian-Americans are watching more video on computers and mobile devices than any other demographic group, according to Nielsen’s secondquarter 2014 Cross-Platform Report.

Asian viewers ages 18 to 34 spent 51 minutes a day consuming online and mobile content, defined by Nielsen as digital video, during the second quarter, up from 38 minutes during the same period last year, according to the report. Asian viewers in the demo, however, watched the… [Read more on Multichannel News]

Mobile : le divertissement à l’honneur (Economie Matin)

Capture d'écran Economie Matin

Capture d’écran Economie Matin

Le dernier rapport Mobile Analytics mené par Citrix ByteMobile analyse le comportement des mobinautes et l’usage qu’ils font de leur mobile au quotidien

Voici les principales conclusions de ce rapport semestriel.

Les mobinautes veulent aller plus loin dans le divertissement

Les réseaux sociaux en tête, la musique en ligne supplantée par l’industrie du porno… [Lire la suite sur Economie Matin]

IPTV Even Better Than Mobile For Music’s Vevo (Beet.TV)

 

Screenshot of the video of Nic Jones's interview

Screenshot of the video of Nic Jones’s interview

COLOGNE, Germany –  Mobile better, IPTV best. That’s the equation for music video brand Vevo. Whilst mobile viewing has boomed for the service, which is the modern inheritor of MTV’s crown, the lounge is a more engaging space.

“We’re pretty well… [Read more and watch the whole video on Beet.TV]

ESPN, Hulu mobile video demand continues to increase (TechRadar)

Mobile video discussion with ESPN and Hulu

CTIA 2014 | ESPN users streamed 2.6 billion minutes of content during the World Cup

Mobile video accounts for 53% of mobile data traffic globally, said Dan Mead, President and CEO of Verizon Wireless and CTIA Chairman at CTIA 2014 in Las Vegas.

To meet consumers’ ever-growing demand for mobile video… [Read more on TechRadar]

La SNCF et la BNF se lancent dans l’édition numérique (Challenges)

La Bibliothèque nationale de France, dite BnF, compte mettre à profit la numérisation de son fonds en mettant en vente sur Amazon ses ouvrages souvent introuvables. (c) DR

La SNCF va tester en Lorraine un service de téléchargement de livres sur son smartphone tandis que la Bibliothèque nationale vend son fonds d’ouvrages numérisés sur Amazon.

Vendredi prochain, la vie des voyageurs lorrains va changer. Ils pourront télécharger des livres numériques sur leur téléphone mobile. “Il s’agit d’une… [Lire la suite sur Challenges]

61% of smartphone users use it to watch TV (DTG)

According to the latest research by GfK, 80% of smart TV sets are now being used for connected TV viewing, up from previous figures.

Research director for GfK UK, Christine Connor revealed the numbers in a press event where they stated that 1 in 5 UK homes now have a smart TV, as their main set. 27% of people stated that access to VOD services was their reason for… [Read more on Digital TV Group]

Netflix may soon offer a collection of short clips to watch on the go (The Verge)

Image: Netflix

Image: Netflix

Netflix has had mobile apps for a long time, but its content is hardly designed for watching on the go. Hours-long movies and even half-hour TV shows are just too long to watch on your phone. Now Netflix is doing something about that. The company is testing a new section on its mobile apps called “Have Five Minutes?” that features… [Read more on The Verge]