Despite a Decrease in Viewership, TV Remains the Most Dominant Screen
The Future of TVAccording to an article for Accenture, titled “The Eyes Have It: Guess Who Controls the Future of TV,” nearly half of users continue to sit down in front of the TV to watch over the top (OTT) content such as Netflix and Hulu. The article also points out that the 25-34 demographic watches 140 hours of traditional TV a month, which is 20 times more hours than they spend watching videos on their phones and the Internet. 70% of users prefer watching full-length movies and TV shows on traditional TV screens. 65% prefer watching live content on their TVs as well.
An article by Jack Loechner for Media Post, titled “Online TV Complements Traditional But 18-24 Year Olds Aren’t Keeping Up,” notes that, “time spent watching traditional TV still exceeds online and smartphone video by a considerable margin, even among youth. In fact, says the report, research suggests that online video acts as a complement rather than a replacement for traditional TV.” The report also points out that video on demand (VOD) is actually increasing TV viewing potential. Specifically, Loechner says, while VOD contributes 4-5% of viewership for the 18-49 demographic, it increases viewership for individual shows 15-20%.
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