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Cable in decline, but still top TV delivery method: study

Three quarters of Canadians still pay for TV in some form and most prefer cable. But fibre optic share is steadily rising.

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How do seniors consume media?

New research from MTM shows older English speakers overwhelmingly subscribe to cable and use tablets over smartphones.

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Torontonians over-index on tablets, Montrealers love online video: Study

MTM’s new study on tech and media trends across various Canadian markets shows that where you live in the country might say something about your tech habits.

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Binge-watching isn’t just for millennials: study

MTM’s new research finds the act is increasingly popular with those over 50, and Netflix is now outpacing PVR and live TV.

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Netflix growth undaunted by local competitors: study

Despite the low price point of the service, there’s still a positive correlation between household income and subscription rates.

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Gen X loves wearables, tablets and traditional TV: study

Canadians between the ages of 35 and 49 share the best of both worlds, watching their TV on traditional sets, but buying more wearables than other generations.

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The latest on Canadian TV subscribers: MTM

Cable TV is in decline and “TV My Way” remains an emerging category, according to the most recent numbers.

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Video streaming up on tablets and smartphones: MTM

Streaming on both platforms has seen double-digit increases in the latest cellphone and tablet usage reports.

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Nearly half of English Canadians watch Netflix: MTM

That figure is up from 21% in 2012, according to a sneak peek of Media Technology Monitor’s fall report.

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Canadians are ‘content stacking’: Ipsos

New numbers from Ipsos Reid confirm most Canadians are not cutting the cord, but rather stacking content services on top of what they already have.

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Where seniors are spending their media consumption time: study

A new Media Technology Monitor reports that seniors are more likely than younger people to watch TV and listen to the radio, but one-third also watch online video every week.

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Families with children have more connected tech: study

Canadian Anglophones with children under 18 are more likely to have digital TV subscriptions, smartphones and tablets, according to a new report from the Media Technology Monitor.