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Consumer interest growing for OTT video on home TV

Wednesday 24 February 2010 | 09:23 CET | News
Nearly 37 percent of broadband households in North America are extremely or very interested in viewing over-the-top video content on the home TV, according to market research firm, In-Stat. The demand is growing as companies such as Amazon, Hulu, Netflix, and Apple, offer streamed or downloadable TV and movie content. Similarly, a growing set of web-enabled TV devices are now proliferating across device categories that include digital TVs, Blu-ray Players, digital media adapters, network attached storage, and set top boxes. In 2009, there were five broadband households worldwide for every

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Categories: Internet
Companies: Amazon / Apple / Hulu / Netflix
Countries: North America
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