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Aditya Kishore
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New research from Hub Entertainment finds that initial consumer enthusiasm wanes when confronted by the cost of creating an individual bundle of programming options.
Analysts at Jefferies believe Snap is well positioned for growth in coming years due to its base of highly engaged young millennial users and its policy of targeting lucrative advertising markets.
The rapid pace of OTT adoption really is a worldwide phenomenon, as a recent research report from Roy Morgan Research shows.
Data and measurement company comScore just released its 2017 US Cross-Platform Future in Focus report. Findings include key trends in mobile media consumption.
The annual US college basketball competition provides media companies an opportunity to experiment with new digital platforms.
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