1 in 4 Consumers Use Tablets to Watch TV or Movies Weekly

October 7, 2014

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Digital | Mobile Phone | Pay-TV & Cord-Cutting | Tablet | Video

AltmanVilandrie-Tablets-and-Weekly-Video-Viewing-Oct2014Source: Altman Vilandrie & Company

    Notes: Table ownership increased from 40% in 2013 to 50% in this year’s study, finds Altman Vilandrie & Company, while the proportion of consumers watching TV or movies on tablets on a weekly basis has grown from 17% to 26%. The report also notes that smartphone video viewers are a valuable segment, with the vast majority viewing paid online video weekly. Interestingly, only about 5% of TV households don’t subscribe to cable TV as a result of online video, and more than 6 in 10 non-subscribers under age 35 plan to subscribe to cable in the next 5 years.

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        About the Data: Altman Vilandrie & Company fielded the survey in July with more than 3,000
        U.S. consumer respondents drawn from an online panel provided by Research Now.

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