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Most Portuguese will not substitute TV for streaming service

Wednesday 23 March 2016 | 16:26 CET | News
A global study conducted by Nielsen has shown that 57 percent of Portuguese admit to watching VOD via their TV set, computer or other device, but 87 percent have no intention of substituting the traditional TV service for online platforms, reports Jornal de Negocios. Among VOD users, 24 percent said they used these platforms one to two times a week, 20 percent three to six times and 15 percent once per day.

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Categories: Broadcast & Satellite / Internet
Companies: Nielsen
Countries: Portugal
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