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Over 75% Australian households use subscription VoD services - study

Tuesday 16 February 2021 | 08:39 CET | News
The proportion of Australian households with a VoD subscription or pay-per-view service reached 77 percent in June 2020, according to an analysis released by the Bureau of Communications, Arts and Regional Research (BCARR). Netflix remains the most popular platform, with over 13.5 million accessing the service. Stan was second with almost 4.4 million, followed by Disney+ with under 2.8 million, Amazon Prime Video with over 2.6 million, Apple TV+ with almost 1.2 million and Foxtel Now with close to 1 million.

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Countries: Australia
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