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This presentation from Reed Hastings about Netflix Business Opportunity is loaded with statistics about the streaming video service.Read More
via emarketer.com Findings from a March 2012 study conducted by global management consultant company Accenture offered insight into what online video viewers worldwide were willing to open their wallets for: 35% were willing to pay more for higher-quality video content and the same percentage said they would pay more for reduced advertising. Access to premium…Read More
via emarketer.com Viewers are not only availing themselves of new paths to content, they also are now watching shows in a variety of ways. More than one-third of respondents watched TV programs on an over-the-top device or via another alternative platform at least once a month, according to the survey. Streaming was the most popular…Read More
via emarketer.com The immediacy and ease of streaming services continue to draw users in search of online video. According to the survey, 58% of respondents said they watched online videos on web-based streaming services that hosted user-generated content, such as YouTube. And more than one-third of respondents said they watched content on full-episode player sites,…Read More
via emarketer.com According to eMarketer projections, online movie viewership spiked from 2010 to 2011, growing from 27.9 million viewers to 59.6 million viewers, and although growth will taper off substantially in 2012, the growth rate will still be approximately 27%. Moreover, eMarketer projects almost 25% of US internet users will view online movies in 2012.…Read More