Friday, May 06, 2016

Study: 16% Of U.S. Broadband Homes Take A Sports OTT Service

Notably, the highest proportions of those surveyed said they signed up for a sports service via a TV provider, with 63% of NFL Game Pass taking that path, Parks Associates found.

“For sports content owners, OTT is a viable way to expand audience reach, but there are technical issues to consider,” Glenn Hower, research analyst at Parks Associates, said in a statement. “The user experience is of paramount importance to the viewer for sports content. The lead established by the NFL speaks to popularity of football, and the league’s service has avoided a major hurdle since it does not stream live games.”

From the article "Study: 16% Of U.S. Broadband Homes Take A Sports OTT Service" by Jeff Baumgartner.

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