Primary Binge-Viewing Sources, Among US Households

July 28, 2014

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Television | TV Audiences & Consumption | Video


    Source: Centris Marketing Science

      Notes: Some 44% of US households surveyed during Q1 2014 said they binge-view TV shows (defined as watching 3 or more episodes of a TV show in one day), with 17% using more than one method. DVR (28%) emerges as the most common method used to binge-view, closely followed by subscription video on-demand services (25%) and live TV (23%).

        Related: TV Binge-Viewers Hold Mixed Attitudes to Advertising

          About the Data: The data is based on the responses of 6,000 US households interviewed in the Q1 2014 Centris National Tracking Survey.

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