Broadband Video Viewership Doubled, Says Study

Sep 26, 2008  •  Post A Comment

A study conducted by ABI Research has found broadband video viewership has doubled in the past year, Multichannel News reports. A year ago, 32% of Internet users watched Web video. That number has risen to 63% today. Out of the 985 households surveyed, nearly half of respondents under 25 said they watch long-form content in the form of TV shows or movies online at least once a month. Of those ages 25-29, 53% said they did so.
—Christopher Perez

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