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Seven in ten US internet users watch OTT video

Tuesday 6 October 2015 | 12:41 CET | News
Some 181.0 million people in the US will watch in 2015 video via an app or website that provides streaming content over the internet and bypasses traditional distribution, according to a forecast by eMarketer. The forecast includes viewers of services like Hulu, Netflix and Youtube, and estimates that at this point, the population is already growing slowly. Nearly nine in 10 digital video viewers in the US already watch video content this way. That's largely because one provider of OTT video services is YouTube, which is already used by virtually all OTT video viewers. The YouTube audience

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Categories: Internet / Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Amazon / Hulu / Netflix / YouTube
Countries: United States
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