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Greg Ireland

Research Director, Consumer Digital Transformation and Multiscreen Video

Greg Ireland is a Research Director the Consumer Digital Transformation and Multiscreen Video programs at IDC. In this role, Mr. Ireland focuses on the adoption of and engagement with 3rd Platform devices, services and applications that transform consumer experiences. He also has expertise in and provides in-depth analysis on the ways in which digital video content is distributed, consumed and monetized across traditional pay TV and over-the-top (OTT) services.


Prior to joining IDC, Mr. Ireland was a market intelligence manager for an interactive TV solutions vendor where he provided insights and recommendations to senior management and contributed to fund raising and product requirements.


  • M.S. in information science from the University of Illinois
  • B.A. in history from American University in Washington DC
  • Frequent speaker and presenter at industry conferences and corporate events
  • Quoted in numerous publications including the Wall Street Journal, the New York Times, and USA Today, and has been seen on CNBC
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Comcast's acquisition of Stringify is poised to heighten Comcast's ability to offer services in home control and whole-home scenes and strengthen the role of the traditional communications service provider (CSP) in delivering home IoT solut...
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This IDC Survey provides results and analysis of key findings from IDC's 2018 U.S. Consumer Digital Transformation Survey with a focus on results related to consumer levels of interest in various personalized, automated, and headless experi...
This IDC Survey aims to help content and technology suppliers better understand and compete in the market for video and media services at a time of radical change in demand patterns as well as supply-side cost and market structures.Video ha...
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