No Surprise: Owners of Internet-Connected TVs Like to Use Them

According to research from the Diffusion Group, more than half of consumers with a net-connected TV have increased their use of over-the-top broadband TV sources in the last year, with 24 percent reporting a sizeable increase.

That should not come as a surprise. People who buy connected TVs arguably are more interested in watching Internet-delivered television than consumers who do not buy Internet-capable TVs.


The only surprise might be that eight percent of surveyed owners of Internet-capable TVs said they watched less over the top content over the last 12 months, the study finds.

At the same time, like the air escaping from a tire with a slow leak, customers buying traditional video subscriptions continue to defect, albeit slowly. 


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