TV-RING Insights on Household TV and Video Consumption
At the ACM International Conference on Interactive Experiences for Television and Online Video – or TVX2015.com, Jeroen Vanattenhoven from KUL will present the results of a study conducted in the TV-RING project. In that study, which was executed in The Netherlands, the goal was to gain an understanding of the way households currently watch TV in all its forms: traditional broadcast TV, streaming video-on-demand platforms such as Netflix, interactive television etc.
In “Broadcast, Video-on-Demand, and Other Ways to Watch Television Content: a Household Perspective” by Jeroen Vanattenhoven and David Geerts of the Centre for User Experience Research of the KU Leuven and iMinds, the results delve into the way households use each kind of television source, the relation of the type of content (such as genre and length), genres that are still essential for live TV, which relays people watch and why, and important features for watching TV and video today.
Information on the talk can be found on the program on the TVX website: http://tvx2015.com/program/#session3. The publication will become available on the ACM Digital Library after the conference (dl.acm.org).