Friday, August 17, 2018

Amazon is driving more transaction-based revenue for TV networks and studios

Meanwhile, Amazon’s Fire TV stick, which competes with Apple TV and Roku as one of the top connected TV devices, also continues to gain market share, which has likely helped drive more people to watch Prime video and in some instances pay for movies or TV shows through the device. The Fire TV stick now accounts for 25 percent of connected TV devices in the U.S., up from 16 percent in 2016, according to a Parks Associates research study released earlier this spring. (Roku is still dominant with 37 percent of the market, and Apple TV comes in at third with 15 percent market share, according to the same study.)

From the article "Amazon is driving more transaction-based revenue for TV networks and studios" by Sahil Patel.

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