Consumer Viewing of Online Video Doubles
Parks Associates consumers are watching more online content than ever.
The “Broadband, Communications and Entertainment Bundles” study finds that the number of U.S. broadband households watching video via the Internet has doubled since 2008.
More than 25 million U.S. broadband households are regularly watching full-length TV shows online, while more than 20 million watch movies online. “Close to 40 percent of broadband households today watch full-length television shows over the Internet.” says Jayant Dasari, research analyst, Parks Associates.
“Enabling access to content anytime through any broadband-enabled device will be a significant challenge for service providers. However, broadband video opens new revenue channels and opportunities to upgrade subscribers into higher tiers of services.”
The next step, according to Dasari, is for content owners and distributors to come to a consensus on business models to monetize consumer interest.
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