Thursday, December 23, 2021

19% Of Households Have vMVPDs, 49% Have Four+ Streaming Services

Virtual multichannel video providers (vMVPDs) are now in 19% of U.S. broadband households--nearly double the saturation level as recently as 2019, according to Parks Associates data.

Many households that cut the traditional pay-TV cord or never subscribed in the first place “are looking for a live and more linear video viewing experience via online options, which is driving vMVPD service uptake,” confirms Parks Associates Senior Analyst Paul Erickson.

“These services also promise less costly investment and more content flexibility, which increases the appeal among today’s video viewers, who are accustomed to the benefits of OTT solutions.”

From the article "19% Of Households Have vMVPDs, 49% Have Four+ Streaming Services" by Karlene Lukovitz. 

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