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Some Over-the-Top Video Subscribers Still Using Pay-TV

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Despite online TV rapidly growing in popularity, there’s no doubting the importance of the traditional TV set to the media consumption habits of internet users – even among those who are paying for an online TV service.

Source: GlobalWebIndex

Nearly Half of Internet Users in France Adopt OTT Video

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Over-the-top (OTT) video service usage has made steady progress in becoming a mainstream activity in France. This year, nearly half of the country’s internet users (49.7%) and 38.7% of the overall population will access streaming video services at least once a month, according to eMarketer’s most recent forecast of digital video usage in France.

Source: eMarketer

Broadcast TV Measurement Responds to Audience Decline

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The appetite for on-demand video entertainment is healthy across all age groups, with the average person in the U.S. spending 30 to 50 minutes per day viewing content via OTT multimedia devices or DVR and VOD playback.

Source: eMarketer

Internet-Connected TV Market Reached Maturity in 2016

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According to new research from The Diffusion Group (TDG), the penetration of Internet-connected TVs among U.S. broadband households has increased nearly 50 percent since 2013 — from 50 percent market penetration to 74 percent at the end of 2016.

Source: Digital Lifescapes

Ultra High-Definition TV will Reach 189 Million Viewers

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The digital TV and video entertainment market will expand via online and mobile delivery of new media. This new growth will be driven by network operator owned services, such as Internet Protocol Television (IPTV), or through Over The Top (OTT) video streaming services such as Amazon Prime, Netflix and Hulu among others.

Source: Digital Lifescapes

Western Europe OTT Video will Reach $14.64 Billion in 2021

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Online video entertainment has disrupted most legacy media companies that refused to acknowledge the market opportunities beyond traditional pay-TV services. This shift has become a global phenomenon. The impact and implications are far-reaching.

Source: Digital Lifescapes

Exploring Business Models for OTT Video Entertainment

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Smartphone and PC viewers prefer short-form content the most, at 66 and 55 percent, respectively. Tablets viewers spend little time with mid-form video, instead viewing is evenly split between long-form (43 percent) and short-form content (44 percent). Connected TV viewers watch long-form content 92 percent of the time with AVOD services.

Source: Ooyala