Emerging Distribution Models for Online Entertainment

Event Information

Who Pietro Macchiarella, Research Analyst
When Jul 26, 2012 at 1:00pm
Length 1:15
Price $295.00
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Each week, roughly 25% of U.S. broadband households watch video on a mobile phone; the average broadband user watches 36 minutes of video on a tablet.

Changing consumer habits are forcing the entertainment industry to shift to digital distribution for movies, music, books, and games. This webcast discusses consumer consumption of entertainment, the role of social media, and trends affecting the way online entertainment is consumed and monetized.

  • Over 40% of U.S. consumers with a media tablet use the device to check listings while watching TV.
  • The average U.S. broadband user watches 36 minutes of video on a tablet.
  • Nearly one-third of U.S. broadband households use the Internet to watch video on TV.
  • Nearly 40% of smart-TV households access online movie and TV show content, from sources such as Netflix, Amazon, and Best Buy’s CinemaNow, on at least a monthly basis.

Consumers are forcing changes in the distribution of entertainment. This webcast examines these trends and actions your company can take to succeed in this space.


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