A new study by GfK for TVB finds that local broadcast TV, both on-air and digital, when compared to other media, maintained its position as the top medium for consumers. In addition, local broadcast TV remains the most trusted news source.
Examining consumers’ receptiveness to advertising across various platforms, TVB today released findings from the 2019 Purchase Funnel, an independent study conducted by GfK that measures the influence of media on consumers during their purchase decision making process. Once again, consumers cited traditional television advertising as having the strongest influence on their purchasing behavior, greater than the influence of […]
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A new study from research firm GfK finds that 25% of U.S. homes do not subscribe to a pay TV service and about 17% rely solely on broadcast signals for their TV needs. Only 6% use the Internet to watch their favorite shows on a TV set, using either a device like a Roku or Apple TV or a Smart TV.
Research by GfK shows almost four in 10 homes with an 18-34 year-old resident rely on broadcast-only or Internet-only alternatives to cable or satellite.
Research from GfK shows the percentage of viewers (18-49) who cite a broadcast channel as one of the top three they turn to has dropped from 49% in 2008 to 42% this year. Those mentioning a cable network among the first three has risen from 80% to 85% over the same period.