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VoD accounts for 8% of TV viewing in UK - Ofcom

Friday 7 August 2015 | 11:21 CET | News
Just under 70 percent of total time spent watching audio-visual content is to traditional live TV, with marked differences between age group, according to Ofcom's latest Communications Market Report. Adults aged 16 to 24 spend 50 percent of their viewing time watching traditional TV, compared to 82 percent for over 65s. Viewing to VoD services represents 8 percent of total viewing among UK adults aged 16+, rising to 13 percent of viewing time among 16-24 year olds. Take-up and use of VoD services continues to grow, with almost6 in 10 adults saying that they have used at least one VoD service

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Companies: Amazon / BBC / LoveFilm / Netflix / Ofcom
Countries: United Kingdom
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