Tuesday, July 11, 2017

More Than Half of Consumers Are Watching Internet Video on Their TV

Here’s the rundown: Parks finds more than half of U.S. broadband households now watch internet video on a television screen, while less than a quarter don’t watch any video content on a TV set at all. The firm also says 88 percent of computer-based viewing is from non-linear sources, while nearly three quarters (72 percent) of non-pay-TV customers subscribe to an OTT video service as their primary source of content. The market leader there is Netflix, with just under half (49 percent) of U.S. broadband households reporting they have a subscription to that service.

From the article "More Than Half of Consumers Are Watching Internet Video on Their TV" by Diana Goovaerts.

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