Articles Tagged ‘Solutions Research Group’

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How children affect Canadians’ consumption habits

YouTube and Netflix are more popular among families with kids, but those without young ones are catching up.

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More than half of Canadians now stream Netflix: study

Plus, the number of households that subscribe to internet services but not television is growing.

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Olympic engagement down: study

Millennials boasted the most dramatic drop in how closely they followed the games.

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How Canadians feel about Netflix and other channels

While most Canadians identify CTV as their “favourite” channel, satisfaction and use of Netflix is on the rise.

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DAZN’s broadcaster deal changes the game

The sports streamer no longer holds exclusive rights to NFL Sunday Ticket, and experts weigh in on whether Canada will ever have a true ‘Netflix for sports.’

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Canadian newcomers are mobile-first: study

New Canadians over-index on time spent on mobile, especially when it comes to video messaging.

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With one billion hours of daily watching, how does YouTube stack up in Canada?

Research indicates that the Google-owned giant dominates the social space in Canada – but it might not necessarily be because of the quality of the content.

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Super Bowl ad recall up, but U.S. feed fared better: report

Budweiser was the brand with the highest recall, according to numbers from Toronto-based Solutions Research Group.

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Instagram unveils Snapchat-esque Stories ad unit

Facebook has brought ads and measurement insights to the disappearing content feature.

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New study shows Snapchat leads in social ‘stickiness’

New research from Solutions Research Group has found that the average age of Facebook users is 13 years higher than the average Snapchat user.

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Shomi to cease operations in November

The Shaw/Rogers-owned streamer is closing due to the changing online video marketplace and business climate, according to the company.

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Face-off: What’s the story with Instagram and Snapchat?

Industry insiders discuss Instagram’s new Stories feature, and whether it’s enough to make millennial favourite Snapchat irrelevant.

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Verizon to acquire AOL for $4.4 billion

Analysts say the bid will turn the telco giant into a vertically integrated company with a massive platform to increase its content distribution.