Wednesday, May 18, 2016

Streamer Sales: Roku Stays On Top And Amazon Ties At Second With Google

At the INTX show in Boston this week, OTT services are undoubtedly top-of-mind as service providers consider how to stay on top of all the ways consumers want to access, bundle and buy content. Parks Associates used the confab to roll out new research that shows Roku is still the most popular brand of streaming media players, accounting for 30 percent of the players purchased from Q1 2015 to Q1 2016. Amazon moved into a virtual tie with Google at 22 percent of sales, the research says. Parks also reports that along with Apple TV (20 percent), the four major players account for 94 percent of the streaming media players purchased, up from 86 percent in 2014.

From the article "Streamer Sales: Roku Stays On Top And Amazon Ties At Second With Google" by Laura Hamilton.

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