MEDIA MARKET OVERVIEW 2023: HOW DID MEDIA TYPES AND MEDIA PERFORM?

10. 6. 2024 The year 2023 was the first full year in which anti-video measures were no longer in place. People didn’t feel as much need to spend as much time with media as they did in covidu, on the other hand, advertisers’ uncertainty was unblocked. We summarise how the different media and media types stood in our… Continue reading MEDIA MARKET OVERVIEW 2023: HOW DID MEDIA TYPES AND MEDIA PERFORM?



STUDY USA: FAST CHANNEL GROWTH ACCELERATES

6. 6. 2024 Fast channels continue to grow in numbers, viewing time and ad impressions YoY according to Amagi.  A new report on free, ad-supported streaming channels indicates that their growth continues to accelerate, with the number of channels hours views and ad impressions all growing faster in Q1 2024 than they did in Q1 2023 a year… Continue reading STUDY USA: FAST CHANNEL GROWTH ACCELERATES



AVERAGE TV VIEWING TIME WAS HIGHER IN THE CZECH REPUBLIC THAN IN EUROPE LAST YEAR

4. 6. 2024 The average daily TV viewing time in the Czech Republic exceeded the average daily time in European countries by six minutes. The comparison was published by the ATO. TV viewing in the Czech Republic in 2023 reached an average daily value of 3 hours and 19 minutes in the target group of people 4+. This… Continue reading AVERAGE TV VIEWING TIME WAS HIGHER IN THE CZECH REPUBLIC THAN IN EUROPE LAST YEAR



THE BIG SCREEN HAS AN UNDENIABLE CHARM FOR VIEWERS

14. 4. 2024 The numbers are clear. The undefeated queen of home entertainment is still television. Modern technology may be exciting, but it hasn't dethroned television. Why? Read our summary to find out what aces today's TV has up its sleeve.



LOCAL AND NEW VOD SERVICES CUT THE SHARE OF NETFLIX AND YOUTUBE

16. 5. 2023 Netflix and YouTube still have the highest share on the European video services market, but with the arrival of new and local platforms, it is gradually declining. Netflix and Alphabet, which also operates the YouTube video platform, continue to have the highest share of the European OTT (over the top) market, but their combined share… Continue reading LOCAL AND NEW VOD SERVICES CUT THE SHARE OF NETFLIX AND YOUTUBE



TV MOBILE FIRST’ – HARNESSING THE LESSONS FROM SOCIAL NETWORKS

24. 4. 2023 With the growth in mobile, TV broadcasters should look at content and technology that can accompany viewers across screens to avoid media breaks. Whether you observe it in your digital usage or consult statistics, the viewing time of audiovisual content continues to grow. A recent publication by Vaunet, the association of private media, shows that… Continue reading TV MOBILE FIRST’ – HARNESSING THE LESSONS FROM SOCIAL NETWORKS



UK AUDIENCES WATCH 17 MIN ADS PER DAY, 83% GO TO BROADCAST TV

21. 3. 2023 Viewers in the UK spent 17.1 minutes watching video ads per day in 2022, according to Thinkbox’s latest research. Broadcasters accounted for over 80% of all video advertising while SVOD services took up less than 2%.  Summary Last year, viewers in the UK spent 17.1 minutes watching video ads per day. Broadcasters accounted for over 80%… Continue reading UK AUDIENCES WATCH 17 MIN ADS PER DAY, 83% GO TO BROADCAST TV



TIME SPENT WITH MEDIA HAS INCREASED IN FIVE YEARS THANKS TO ONLINE AND PODCASTS

16. 3. 2023 The average daily time spent with media has increased by almost a quarter over the past five years, according to a new report from GWI. Users worldwide spend most of their time watching social media and linear TV. Time spent with media has increased by nearly a quarter over the past five years. That’s according… Continue reading TIME SPENT WITH MEDIA HAS INCREASED IN FIVE YEARS THANKS TO ONLINE AND PODCASTS



TV RATINGS RETURNED TO PRE-PANDEMIC LEVELS LAST YEAR

16. 2. 2023 Last year, Czech viewers spent every day 3 hours and 25 minutes in average in front of the TV screen. It was almost the same as before the covid-19 pandemic. In 2022, the average daily television viewing time (ATS) in the Czech Republic returned to the level from before the covid-19 pandemic. This is shown… Continue reading TV RATINGS RETURNED TO PRE-PANDEMIC LEVELS LAST YEAR



TV RATINGS ON CHRISTMAS EVE? WELL ABOVE THE YEARLY AVERAGE

15. 12. 2022 On 24 December, Czechs spend over 6 hours watching TV and Christmas Eve is one of the highest TV viewing days of the year. According to a survey by Atmedia, a trade representative of nearly 30 thematic TV stations, an average of 82% of viewers aged 4 and over have turned on the TV on… Continue reading TV RATINGS ON CHRISTMAS EVE? WELL ABOVE THE YEARLY AVERAGE



CHASM BETWEEN INDUSTRY’S VIEW OF MEDIA HABITS AND REALITY SHRINKING, STUDY FINDS

12. 10. 2022 While the gap is getting smaller, research shows there are still some major gaps between consumers’ media consumption and what the industry thinks is happening, underlining the need for market orientation. GapThe disconnect between how the industry views consumers’ media consumption and the reality is improving, but there are still some major gaps, particularly on… Continue reading CHASM BETWEEN INDUSTRY’S VIEW OF MEDIA HABITS AND REALITY SHRINKING, STUDY FINDS



‘WATCHING’ ACCOUNTS FOR THE LARGEST SHARE OF MEDIA TIME

23. 9. 2022 IPA TouchPoints offers great insights into today’s media consumption. The data is drawn from a representative sample of over 6,000 adults aged 15+ living in Great Britain. Each person keeps a diary via their mobile phone, detailing their activities every half an hour for a week. This month’s Chart of the Month uses TouchPoints to… Continue reading ‘WATCHING’ ACCOUNTS FOR THE LARGEST SHARE OF MEDIA TIME



MARKETERS SHOULD PAY MORE ATTENTION TO ATTENTION

6. 9. 2022 There’s ample evidence that longer dwell time on ads raises brand recall and choice, so ignore Byron Sharp’s claims that you shouldn’t pay for more attention. An interesting debate is springing up around attention, thanks to Professor Byron Sharp. A couple of weeks ago Sharp was coaxed from the towers of the Ehrenberg-Bass Institute to… Continue reading MARKETERS SHOULD PAY MORE ATTENTION TO ATTENTION



VOYO DOES NOT TARGET YOUNG PEOPLE. WE ARE ALL ABOUT FAMILIES, SAYS DANIEL GRUNT

20. 4. 2022 Nova TV’s Voyo video service experienced an exceptionally successful year. At the beginning of 2021, it announced an ambitious plan to attract a million customers within five years. At that time, Nova only had about 60 thousand customers in the Czech Republic and Slovakia. It surpassed its annual goal in the autumn and now the number… Continue reading VOYO DOES NOT TARGET YOUNG PEOPLE. WE ARE ALL ABOUT FAMILIES, SAYS DANIEL GRUNT



TIME SPENT IN FRONT OF THE TV EXCEEDED 4 HOURS LAST YEAR, THE HIGHEST IN 25 YEARS

22. 2. 2022 The surge in TV viewership in the first year of the pandemic continued into 2021. Time spent in front of a TV screen has surpassed the four-hour-a-day mark for the first time.



DESPITE RIVALS, NETFLIX RETAINS ITS STREAMING DOMINANCE

3. 1. 2022 Future prognostications with regard to streaming platforms might not be the best exercise. Maybe we should look at the past — the recent past. In late 2019, Disney+ and Apple TV launched — followed quickly by WarnerMedia’s HBO Max, NBCUniversal’s Peacock, ViacomCBS’ Paramount+, and Discovery’s discovery+. They dove headlong into the premium streaming space to… Continue reading DESPITE RIVALS, NETFLIX RETAINS ITS STREAMING DOMINANCE



UP TO 9 MILLION CZECHS WATCH TV AT CHRISTMAS. FAIRY TALES PREVAIL

22. 12. 2021 The time spent with TV screens on Christmas Eve is growing up to more than six hours a day. 8.7 million Czechs switch on their TV at least once during the Christmas holidays. On average, they spend watching TV over 5.5 hours a day. “This year will most likely be no exception and the Christmas holidays will… Continue reading UP TO 9 MILLION CZECHS WATCH TV AT CHRISTMAS. FAIRY TALES PREVAIL



CHILDREN WATCH TV MORE OFTEN THAN YOUNG PEOPLE, WHO PREFER SOCIAL MEDIA

26. 11. 2021 While watching TV is one of the most frequent media activities for children under 14, it is much less frequent among 15-19 year olds. They spend more time watching movies on electronic devices and especially on social media. The most commonly used device for media activities among children is the mobile phone. It is used… Continue reading CHILDREN WATCH TV MORE OFTEN THAN YOUNG PEOPLE, WHO PREFER SOCIAL MEDIA