Majority of Americans think mobile devices will replace TVs

Thursday 9 January 2014 | 15:16 CET | News
Among consumers, 53 percent believe that mobile devices like smartphones and tablets will replace television sets in the next eight years as the common way to consume entertainment, according to a new report from Irdeto. Of that group, 31 percent believe that change will actually occur sooner, in the next one to five years. The study also found that the majority of consumers (65%) still prefer to watch their favourite content live at the time of broadcast, whether it is on their television or streaming on a mobile device. Among the "Netflix generation," those 18 to 24 years old, 60 percent

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Categories: Broadcast & Satellite / Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Google / Irdeto / Netflix / Roku
Countries: United States
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