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More US viewers switching to SVoD, streaming services - NPD Group

Tuesday 15 December 2020 | 13:01 CET | News
More people in the US moved from traditional TV viewing to free and subscription streaming services this year, pushed by the fact that there are more options to choose from and amid coronavirus-induced lockdowns, according to the latest report from NPD Group, conducted at the end of October. People can now access seven services, including SVoD and free streaming services, up from five in April.

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