Linear vs. non-linear TV viewing in Finland 2017

This statistic shows the distribution of television viewing in Finland in 2017, by linear and non-linear TV. In that year, linear television accounted for 92 percent of TV viewing. Nonlinear television refers to place and time shifted viewing. This contrasts with traditional linear television, where viewers must watch a scheduled TV program at the broadcasting time.

Distribution of television viewing in Finland in 2017, by linear and non-linear TV

Share of viewing
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Source

Release date

2018

Region

Finland

Survey time period

2017

Age group

4 years and older

Special properties

non-linear viewing within 7 days from broadcast

Supplementary notes

This statistic is based on an annual nation-wide TV survey in Finland. The source does not specify the number of respondents or the exact date of survey.

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