Thinkbox: 5 1/2 hours of video viewed per day | VideoNet


Thinkbox, the marketing body for commercial TV in the UK, tallied up an estimate of total video consumption per person and calculated that, in the UK, people watch “a potential” of 5 hours and 31 minutes of video per day.

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Tablets driving UK connected device market » Digital TV Europe

Tablets is continuing to drive the market for smart connected devices in the UK, with shipments growing by 50% in 2013, according to research by International Data Corporation (IDC).


According to IDC, about 12.6 million tablets sold last year. The overall market for smart connected devices grew by 11.1% to 56 million units.”

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HTC shutting down its Watch movie service in the UK – Engadget

When HTC pulled the plug on its Watch service in a number of European countries last year, it told us that it was merely streamlining its efforts, and that movie rentals and purchases would continue to be offered in places with the ‘highest engagement.’ But now it looks like the closures are spreading to those areas too, with UK users receiving an email warning them that the Watch store will close on March 31st, by which point any purchased movies must be downloaded to a device in order to remain accessible.”

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Netflix Engineers Tease a Sleep-Tracking, iBeacon Video Sharing Future – gizmodo.co.uk

Netflix’s streaming offering is already technologically the best on offer in the UK, thanks to its adaptive video quality feature, well-designed apps and cross-device bookmarking. And things could get even better, if the latest prototypes from the company’s internal Hack Day make it to the service.

First up is a straightforward way of sharing Netflix videos between two iOS devices. Using Apple’s Bluetooth iBeacon feature, engineers put together a prototype of the iOS app that would allow a video to be pulled across from an iPhone and blown up onto an iPad’s bigger screen just by bumping the two devices together.”

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BBC: The TV Licence Fee Should Cover On-Demand Too – TheNextWeb

“At the 13th annual Oxford Media Convention in England today, BBC Director-General Tony Hall outlined his case for publicly funded broadcasting and, more specifically, the UK TV licence fee.

For the uninitiated, the BBC TV licence fee costs the British public £145.50 each year per household – £49 if you’re still watching in black-and-white (seriously). Everyone who watches or records TV as it is broadcast (i.e. ‘live’) needs to be covered by a TV licence.” 

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Vimeo brings us subtitles and a look at the much improved Vimeo Pro – philipbloom

This post is really two in one.  The first part is about the new subtitle feature in Vimeo. Much needed and finally now added. The second is a belated look a the much improved Vimeo Pro service.


Subtitles for films are really important, not just for deaf or hard of hearing people, but for any difficulty in understanding accents and of course, for foreign language films. Of course, someone needs to write these subtitles, and for long films this takes time, but the rewards are there as it means a whole new audience can enjoy your work. I have worked with Deaffest in the UK, and it was eye-opening for me, and I realised how frustrating it must be for deaf and hard of hearing filmmakers to watch my work.”

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SimpleStream’s UK live TV app launches for tablets » Digital TV Europe

Technology company SimpleStream has recorded 250,000 downloads of its live TV mobile streaming app, TVPlayer, 28 days after it launched in beta, and has announced a tablet version of the app.


TVPlayer is available online and as a free app from the Apple App Store, Google Play and the Amazon Appstore.
The mobile version of the app features a seven-day programme guide and the ability to change channel within the

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video player while the tablet version also offers users the ability to set reminders.”

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Blinkbox re-launches UK VoD service with multiple studio deals » Digital TV Europe

Blinkbox has signed deals with nine distributors as it brings back its ‘Try TV on Us’ trial programme.


It has now scored deals with All3Media, BBC Worldwide, Entertainment One, Twentieth Century Fox Television, ITV Studios, Lionsgate, Sony Pictures Home Entertainment, Starz and NBCUniversal for a new trial period.”

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