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Video streaming taking over from linear TV in Germany

Thursday 20 November 2014 | 13:16 CET | News
German IT association Bitkom said 33 percent of people aged 14 or over in Germany uses video streaming in place of traditional TV for at least some of their viewing. This corresponds to a good 13 million people, it said, citing a survey. It found 44 percent of streaming users watch less cable or satellite TV now that they watch continent on line. It said 18 percent of respondents could see themselves ditching linear TV completely.

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