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Pay-TV, HD, OTT change cable TV viewing habits - study

Thursday 24 September 2015 | 17:43 CET | News
More and more Germans are using digital cable TV services or subscribing to DVR, HD and pay-TV packages, according to a media consumption study by German cable network operator association Anga. The study shows that 43 percent of respondents use digital video recorders (DVRs), and 40 percent have an account with a VoD provider, up from around 20 percent a year ago. In addition, over half (56%) of respondents claim to watch TV channels and videos on smartphones, tablets or laptops, and a similar percentage use internet-enabled 'second screens' whilst watching TV. Pay-TV channels are among the

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