Just how much do Canadians like watching online video? Apparently, quite a bit according to new data from Ipsos MediaCT. A recent online survey of 3,500 Canadians indicates that almost one in four spend more time watching online video than TV shows. Nearly 88 percent are now watching online videos at least once a week. The [...]
HBO Canada today announced the fall premiere dates for popular HBO programming such as Call Me Fitz, Boardwalk Empire, Bored to Death and Hung.
The Astral owned station, which fills out its schedules with movies and Canadian produced specials, says that all of its HBO programming will premiere on the same day-and-date as south of the border.
According to a July 2010 survey conducted on behalf of the Television Bureau of Canada, 64 percent of Canadians subscribe to digital television (DTV) and 38 percent of DTV subscribers own a personal video recorder (PVR). Among all Canadian adults, approximately one in five (20%) now own a PVR.
The survey, which polled 1,000 people, also found that five out of six (86%) of PVR owners used the devices to record and view programs at a later time or date.
In the last quarter of 2009, the amount of time Americans spent using the Internet while watching TV reached three and a half hours a month, up 35% from the previous quarter.
The results are according to The Nielsen Company’s latest Three Screen Report, which tracks consumption across TV, Internet and mobile phones.
The average online Canadian spends 18.1 hours per week online versus 16.9 hours watching television according to the results of a recent survey by Ipsos Reid.
The firm’s findings were based on an internet only survey of 839 adult Canadians who were part of an Ipsos online panel.
Team Canada is seeking to win its sixth straight gold medal at the World Junior Hockey Championship on Tuesday when they take on the United States.
The game will be broadcast on TSN and TSN HD at 7:30pm ET/4:30pm PT. The bronze medal game between Sweden and Switzerland can be seen live at 4pm ET/1pm PT.
The average American watched 31 hours of television per week in the third quarter of 2009 according to the latest Nielsen Three Screen Report.
The report by the American ratings measurement giant is a quarterly analysis of how how much time the average American spends in a typical week with TV, Internet and mobile devices.