Hispanic viewers lead mobile video consumption

Tuesday 25 November 2014 | 22:23 CET | News
Hispanic viewers are ahead of the curve when it comes to mobile video consumption, in and out of the home, according to survey data. Hispanic viewers are 72 percent more likely to stream video than their non-Hispanic counterparts, according to PriceWaterhouseCooper. The average Hispanic viewer spends more than eight hours watching online video each month, which is over 90 minutes longer than the US average (Nielsen's 2014 Digital Consumer Report). Over 37 percent of Spanish-language programming viewers on the FiOS Mobile App are watching their favourite shows outside the home compared to only

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Nielsen
Countries: United States
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