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    BARB report: "The UK Television Landscape" edition 1

    This is a discussion on BARB report: "The UK Television Landscape" edition 1 within the Entertainment forums, part of the Community channel category; The Broadcasters' Audience Research Board (BARB) has published the first edition of "The UK Television Landscape" report. " a new ...

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      BARB report: "The UK Television Landscape" edition 1

      The Broadcasters' Audience Research Board (BARB) has published the first edition of "The UK Television Landscape" report.

      "a new quarterly report from BARB that reviews population trends and changes in how people can watch television."
      "In this first edition we focus on the following topics.

      • Is Netflix taking over? SVOD services are growing in popularity but are most likely to be found in homes that also have multi-channel subscription packages.
      • What’s in a platform? Households increasingly have more than one platform, while penetration of the major platforms remains constant.
      • Who doesn’t own a TV? Pre-family homes are the most likely to go without a TV, while non-TV households are also less likely to own computer devices.

      The report will also feature a growing number of tracker articles.

      • Device access: The number of devices in each home that can be used for watching television is on the increase.
      • Number of TV sets per household: It’s a stable picture, albeit with a slight, long-term decline in the number of homes with three or more TVs."

      An interesting read, if you like this sort of thing!
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