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Sky Go users watch 25% more video than free TV viewers

Wednesday 16 September 2015 | 16:45 CET | News
Users of Sky Deutschland's Sky Go service are 'multi-screeners' and watch 25 percent more video content than free TV viewers, according to research by Sky Media and TNS Infratest. Sky Go users consume on average 233 minutes of video content per day, 49 minutes more than the 184 minutes consumed by free TV users. Sky Go customers want to watch video on more devices, and regards themselves as Early Adopters and Opinion Leaders. They have an above average income and like to buy high-end consumer electronics, mobile phones and cars.

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Categories: Internet
Companies: Sky Deutschland
Countries: Germany
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