Three-fifths of US online homes have at least one connected TV device

From Rapid TV News
Posted 20 April 2017, 4.57am edt

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Streaming media players have become the most commonly installed Internet-connected TV device in the US and are rapidly gaining traction, says the latest NPD Connected Intelligence report.

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