Press Releases

Thursday, December 05, 2019

Parks Associates Announces Top 10 US Subscription OTT Video Services for 2019

Top ten list, compiled prior to Disney+ and Apple TV+ launches, shows gains for CBS All Access and Sling TV as the top vMVPD in the US

 Parks Associates, ahead of the upcoming Future of Video conference in LA next week, released its updated list of the top 10 US subscription over-the-top (OTT) video services. This list is based on estimated number of subscribers through October 2019, prior to the launch of Disney+ and Apple TV+, and includes paid subscriptions.

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Tuesday, December 03, 2019

67% of smart thermostat shoppers prefer retail channels


CONNECTIONS™ Summit at CES® features energy management session hosting industry leaders from Constellation, Inspire, Racepoint, Sprosty Network, and STRATIS IoT

Parks Associates research finds that retail channels are the top purchase location for smart thermostats, as 67% of US broadband households planning to buy this device prefer to use the retail channel for their purchase. One in seven households plans to purchase a smart thermostat in the next 12 months, and more t ...read more

Monday, December 02, 2019

Content Variety, Ease of Discovery, and Original Programming Drive Consumers to Recommend OTT Services

Deltatre sponsors session at Future of Video focused on direct-to-consumer video services

Parks Associates research shows the top three reasons why consumers would recommend their OTT service are content variety, ease of content discovery, and good original programming. Parks Associates will address the factors for success in the OTT video services ecosystem at the 2nd annual Future of Video: OTT, Pay TV, and Digital Media, December 9-11 in Marina del Rey, California, with t ...read more

Tuesday, November 26, 2019

Parks Associates’ 2nd annual Future of Video addresses new content strategies with executives from Akamai, Chicken Soup for the Soul Entertainment, Cinedigm, MediaKind, Netflix, Omnimesh, and Premion

20% of OTT subscribers say they would have reconsidered cancelling if they could have put hold on subscription

Parks Associates research finds, among the US broadband households that cancelled an OTT service in the past year, 20% say they would have reconsidered if they’d had the ability to put the subscription on hold to use later.

Parks Associates will host the second annual Future of Video: OTT, Pay TV, and Digital Media, December 9-11, in Marina del Rey, California, ...read more

Thursday, November 21, 2019

Households with smart home devices own an average of six devices

CONNECTIONS™ Summit at CES® session explores demand and opportunities for smart home platforms with executives from Alarm.com, Comcast, and Samsung SmartThings

Research fromParks Associates shows US broadband households that adopt smart home solutions own an average of six devices. As many of these products come from different verticals, the need for solutions that deliver a unified and engaging consumer experience intensifies as smart home households acquire more devices. T ...read more

Wednesday, November 20, 2019

Parks Associates announces pre-show workshop ahead of 2nd annual Future of Video

Pre-show workshop Changing World of Video Services to present consumer research with industry insights from 24i Media, Accedo, Brightcove, LiveRamp, Ovation TV, Samsung Ads, Tastemade, Tubi TV, and Wurl

Parks Associates research shows the percentage of US households subscribing to multiple OTT services has increased at a faster rate than household penetration of subscription OTT services. At the beginning of 2019, 46% of US broadband households had more than one OTT video su ...read more

Tuesday, November 19, 2019

Over 90% of smart speaker and smart display owners have an OTT subscription

CE Session at Future of Video conference features executives from ActiveVideo, Caavo, Fandango, and Universal Electronics 

Parks Associates research shows more than 90% of smart speaker and smart display owners have an OTT subscription, compared to 72% of all US broadband households. Additionally, nearly 40% of smart speaker/display owners own 12 or more connected CE devices, compared to 22% of all households.

Parks Associates will address the growing video services, scr ...read more

Monday, November 18, 2019

41% of connected medical device owners bought their device online or at a retail store

New study examines the growing market for connected medical devices and virtual visits/remote monitoring at home

A new Parks Associates study finds retail is a small but growing sales channel for connected medical devices, as 41% of owners (6% of all US broadband households) bought at least one of these devices online or at a store. The types of devices most frequently bought at retail include Wi-Fi weight scales and smart thermometers.

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