MethodologyThe research findings were the result of an online survey, conducted by TiVo, of 8,500 pay-TV and OTT subscribers across seven countries worldwide with 2,500 interviews completed in the U.S., and 1,000 interviews completed each in the U.K., France, Germany, Brazil, Mexico, and Colombia. To download the white paper, please click HERE. About TiVo TiVo Corporation (NASDAQ: TIVO) is a global leader in entertainment technology and audience insights. From the interactive program guide to the DVR, TiVo delivers innovative products and licensable technologies that revolutionize how people find content across a changing media landscape. TiVo enables the world's leading media and entertainment providers to deliver the ultimate entertainment experience. Explore the next generation of entertainment at tivo.com or follow us on Twitter @tivo or @tivoforbusiness. Caution Concerning Forward-Looking Statements This press release contains forward-looking statements. Readers are cautioned that such forward-looking statements involve risks and uncertainties that could cause actual events or our actual results to differ materially from those expressed in any such forward-looking statements. Readers are directed to TiVo's periodic and other reports filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) for a description of such risks and uncertainties. TiVo undertakes no obligation to update any forward-looking statements. TiVo and the TiVo logo are registered trademarks of TiVo Corporation and its subsidiaries worldwide.
TiVo Corporation (NASDAQ: TIVO), a global leader in entertainment technology and audience insights, today released findings from its annual multi-country study that explores viewer engagement with the video content, services and devices that shape the evolving consumer entertainment experience. The study, which surveyed 8,500 pay-TV and over-the-top (OTT) subscribers across the U.S., Europe and Latin America, revealed that the average global viewer spends 4.4 hours each day watching video. Coupled with the global average of 28 minutes spent each day searching for content to watch, that is nearly five hours per day of video engagement, which amounts to 20 percent of daily life. The TiVo study also found that about 90 percent of households are currently paying for traditional pay-TV service. However, more than 60 percent are also subscribing to streaming video services like Netflix, Amazon Prime and Hulu. The traditional pay-TV subscriber base is increasingly comprised of longer tenured customers. In the U.S., more than 50 percent of pay-TV subscribers have been with their service for four years or more. Subscribers with the shortest tenure are also the least dependable: more than 10 percent of those who have subscribed to cable for a year or less say they're very likely to cut the cord in the next six months. It's not just the amount of content that's exploded in the last few years. People now have more screens than ever at their disposal to watch their favorite videos. Nowhere is this truer than in Latin America, where 50 percent of all viewing now takes place on a digital device other than a television set, according to the study. By way of comparison, viewers in the U.S. say that more than 75 percent of their video consumption still occurs on their TV. "Consumers today are acting as their own aggregator, piecing together what they need from a variety of video service and device combinations to suit their individual needs," said Paul Stathacopoulos, vice president, Strategy, TiVo. "Success in this new environment will not be about a single content source monopolizing the living room, instead it will be about adapting the business model to deliver value, integrated services and personalization to meet the evolving consumer needs."