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Third of Europeans use OTT TV services - survey

Wednesday 9 December 2015 | 11:11 CET | News
European consumers are showing a continued shift away from traditional TV viewing, as almost half of consumers now have their main TVs connected to the internet and 75% have a range of other devices plugged into the TV, according to research by Trendbox for Universal Electronics. The research questioned 1,812 people across the UK, France and Germany. It shows that DVD players (46%), games consoles (30%) and computers or laptops (22%) are the most commonly used devices connected to TVs. Around one third of those surveyed use OTT services, with YouTube (overall 42%) coming top as the leading

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