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Linear TV drops to 38% of daily video viewing

Wednesday 28 September 2016 | 11:22 CET | News
Update: 28 September 2016 | 11:51 CET
The Dutch still spend 38 percent of their daily video viewing time on linear TV. The rest is divided across recorded, online and on-demand video content, according to the latest 'Dutch Consumer Video Behaviour' report from Telecompaper. On average, each consumer watches 287 minutes per day of video, equal to almost five hours. Less and less of the time goes to traditional linear (live) broadcast TV, which accounted for an average 110 minutes in Q2. The report also found that the growth in households subscricing to 'plus' packages of channels or additional video services has slowed in the last

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[28/09/2016 11:51 - Update: Corrects headline figure to match graph.]


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