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On-demand video watched by 83% of consumers - study

Wednesday 16 December 2015 | 17:26 CET | News
More than 83 percent of consumers worldwide watch on-demand video, up 4 percent from April 2015, according to the second semi-annual 'State of Online Video' report from Limelight Networks. The percentage of consumers watching four or more hours of on-demand video a week increased to more than 36 percent, from 30 percent. Among Millennials, the greatest increase is in those that watch 10 or more hours of video per week (nearly 20% vs 15% in April 2015). The report shows that a growing number of consumers are watching on-demand video on their TV, either through apps on Smart TVs or connected

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Companies: Apple / Limelight Networks / Roku / Sony
Countries: World
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