Tuesday, August 21, 2018

Streaming TV Is Alphabet’s ‘One That Got Away’

Google’s Chromecast streaming-TV device didn’t lose ground, but given that it’s only utilized as a streaming TV device by 17% of streaming video viewers — despite launching in 2013 with considerably less competition at the time — it’s a very un-Google-like result. Parks Associates recently compiled similar data of their own, and came to the same basic conclusion — Chromecast competitors like Amazon’s Fire and Roku are gaining market share, at Google’s expense.

From the article "Streaming TV Is Alphabet’s ‘One That Got Away’" by James Brumley.

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