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Love Island is proving a real hit with Virgin Media TV customers this summer with thousands watching on demand, making it the most viewed daily show.
The ITV2 reality series airs throughout the week and daily requests to catch up on the latest episode – as well as Love Island Unseen bits and Love Island Aftersun – equates to a quarter of all on demand viewing on Virgin Media’s TV platform.
Spain’s public broadcaster RTVE has made the first stand-alone TV live transmission using 5G in the country during the broadcasting of a news programme.
Apple TV is getting a Picture-in-Picture mode that will allow users to stream two shows at the same time, TechCrunch has confirmed. The feature’s forthcoming launch was first reported by Apple news site 9to5Mac earlier today, following today’s release of new beta software for all of Apple’s operating systems, including tvOS.
The service will cost users $4.99 a month with advertising and $7.99 without, and will feature about 7,000 pieces of content at launch—including Quick Bites, which are unserialized programming.
Consumers in the UK are barely increasing their time spent with media, and similar to the rest of the world, time spent with mobile becomes a major driver of digital growth, according to research firm eMarketer.
In 2019, consumers will spend 9 hours, 38 minutes (9:38) with media, a 1-minute increase from last year. That figure will increase by 2 minutes in 2020 before beginning to plateau. Digital media made up 54.7 per cent of time spent, up from 52.4 per cent last year, picking up the slack for declines in traditional media.