WorldwideUKIrelandAustraliamore
media.info

49% of Dutch viewers pay for online video

From Broadband TV News
Posted 15 June 2017, 4.09am edt

Remove the ads and support us: GO PRO




49% of Dutch viewers pay for online video such as Netflix and Videoland, according to the latest GfK ViewScape. Age and stage of life have the most impact on viewing behaviour. 18-34 year olds spend 3 hours and 40 minutes a day watching online video ...


Read the full story at Broadband TV News
Get to this story quicker next time: GO PRO
Pro users automatically bypass this page, and go direct to the story. You also help support this site, and get rid of the banner ads. Become a pro user today

More news

Hackers Briefly Take Over HBO Twitter Accounts
New York Times - published 33 minutes ago
Russell Gilbert: “Tinderella”
TV Tonight - published 1 hour, 59 minutes ago
A Fox News Host Attacks Trump, and Some Viewers Bristle
New York Times - published 6 hours ago
Block, Doctor Doctor give Nine a win.
TV Tonight - published 6 hours, 1 minute ago
Beasley Pacts With SonicAi To Create Amazon Alexa Skills For Its Stations
AllAccess.com - published 9 hours, 32 minutes ago
Discovery adds Bundesliga to Amazon Channels
Broadband TV News - published 9 hours, 45 minutes ago
Gratuitous: news footage played 8 times, no warning.
TV Tonight - published 10 hours, 54 minutes ago
Screenwest CEO to depart
TV Tonight - published 11 hours, 3 minutes ago
BBC accuses Channel 4 of 'cynical move' in Bake Off scheduling clash
The Guardian - published 11 hours, 49 minutes ago
ABC Says Yes To OOH Reporting From Nielsen
RBR/TVBR - published 13 hours, 29 minutes ago
Sara Cox takes Bradford family Back In Time For Tea as BBC Two series returns
BBC Media Centre - published 14 hours, 45 minutes ago
A Top Local News Anchor Says Farewell To NYC
RBR/TVBR - published 15 hours, 38 minutes ago