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Nielsen has new numbers on how we're using TV, mobile, online, and social media in the US.
According to a study conducted by consulting firm Deloitte, approximately 9 percent of users subscribing to premium television programming such as cable or satellite TV ditched those services in favor of online options during 2011. With more than 2,000 respondents between the ages of 14 to 75 participating in the survey, eleven percent are considering “cutting the cord” during 2012 since they believe their favorite television shows are already available online.
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Internet users in the United States watched more online videos in October than they ever have in a one-month time span. Those 184 million viewers consumed a record 42.6 billion videos, new comScore data reveals. That's 21.1 hours, or 1,268 minutes, per viewer.
Think you've got bad gadget spending habits? If you're a single male between the ages of 50 and 65 living in San Jose, Calif. your tech splurges might be par for the course, according to research by Bundle.com .
It may come as no surprise, but Americans are watching more and more online video. In fact, they’re practically jonesin’ for it.
Did you know that Facebook is one of the top 10 video destinations in the US, with 135m streams per month?