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  • Report: Online Video Viewing Edges Out Traditional TV Viewing in U.S.

    In August, hours spent watching online video per week edged out hours spent watching traditional TV on broadcast, cable, or satellite in the U.S., according to a new report from Limelight Networks. Respondents in the U.S. said they watched a record 9.3 hours of online video per week vs. 8.9 hours of traditional TV. Respondents in India, Singapore, Indonesia and France also watched more online video weekly, while those in Germany, U.K. and South Korea continue to watch more traditional TV.

    Only viewers in India (10.9 hours per week) and Indonesia (9.5 hours per week) watch more online video that U.S. viewers. Globally, online video consumption reached 7.9 hours per week in August, up 16% vs. 6.8 hours per week a year ago and 4.3 hours per week in 2016. 27% of respondents said they watch 10 hours or more of online video per week while 39% said they watch 4 hours per week or less.

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  • Study: Young Millennials Switching to Online Video

    There's more data this morning on how young millennials are switching from traditional TV to online video. Limelight Networks has released new survey data finding that approximately 60% of 18-25 year-olds report watching at least 4-7 hours of online video per week. The results contrast with all 18+ adults, where less than 40% said they watched at least 4-7 hours of online video per week.

    In addition, less than 20% of 18-25 year-olds said they watch just 1-2 hours of online video per week, whereas nearly 40% of all 18+ adults said they watch 1-2 ours of online video per week.

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