People Still Prefer Watching Free Videos Online
Even though paid streaming video services are booming, they're still playing second fiddle to free platforms like YouTube. According to nScreenMedia, people spent an impressive 48 percent of their time watching online video on YouTube in March 2014. Netflix accounted for 22 percent of people's time while Hulu came in with just 8 percent.
- China: leading online video platforms by unique visits as of November 18, 2015China: leading online video platforms by unique visits as of November 18, 2015
- Daily online video usage time in Germany 2014Daily online video usage time in Germany 2014
- Online video: most popular categories in the United States 2013Online video: most popular categories in the United States 2013
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