How we visually consume content and on what devices is constantly shifting, as new advancements in technologies make visual displays clearer, brighter and more energy efficient. Our range of services explore the visual market in detail, providing top-level strategic insights through to quarterly product and price tracking. Accompanied with rigorous end user analysis, our clients receive a 360-degree deep dive into the visual market landscape.
This report provides an updated outlook for the worldwide consumer TV market. It reviews key developments in the market and supplies five-year forecasts. Key regions & countries are profiled, and major developments reviewed in terms of product features and competitive landscape.
A programme of dedicated research amongst TV vendors, CE retailers and other stakeholders is undertaken for the purpose of obtaining both quantitative and qualitative feedback on the current and future market potential.
Futuresource extends its comprehensive insights and tracking of the home video entertainment sector with a dedicated 4K & 8K insight service.
The service consists of end-to-end tracking, from the progression of technology and standards, through to content availability and the level of consumer adoption.
This series of four reports throughout the year offers comprehensive independent analyst commentary, detailed datasets and assessment of the competitive, technological and commercial trends across hardware and software.
Living with Digital
Futuresource is proud to introduce yet another wave of Living With Digital. This twice-yearly consumer research report investigates the shifts in consumers’ entertainment content consumption, looking at service usage, device ownership, and interaction.
This service aims to provide an up-to-date view on attitudes towards PVoD, Cinema, EST, TVoD, SVoD market, AVoD market, NFTs and wider entertainment consumption habits.
Each wave presents a benchmark set of questions to gauge the evolution of consumer's trends and habits. This wave focuses on video and television trends with an increased emphasis on entertainment early release movies and windows and SVoD service behaviour and future intent.
Having delivered this programme for many years, Futuresource are delighted to continue their next wave of kid's tech consumer research.
As children are starting to learn and engage in activities on devices such as computers, tablets and smartphones from an increasingly younger age, more traditional toys are starting to explore the explosion of digital platforms, combining online and mobile experiences.
These developments are clearly creating new business opportunities for hardware vendors, content and toy companies, advertisers and kids brands alike, whilst at the same time presenting social and regulatory concerns with regards to too much access to such technology. Children’s physical well-being and social development, as well as exposure to too much advertising and inappropriate content, are much debated issues.