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Over half of consumers worldwide watch videos on mobile devices

Friday 15 September 2017 | 11:38 CET | News
More than half of world's mobile device owners are watching streaming videos on a daily basis, according to a report published by IBM to coincide with the IBC 2017 trade event in Amsterdam. The survey of 21,000 consumers in 42 countries revealed that 51 percent of respondents, rising to 67 percent in emerging markets, access free, over-the-internet video from providers such as YouTube, Facebook and Snapchat. The global figure is set to increase by a further 45 percent in the next three years. In addition, a total of 48 percent of those surveyed access video through regular subscription

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Companies: Facebook / Snapchat / YouTube
Countries: World
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