U.S. Consumers Watch 7 to 8 Hours a Week of Online Video

U.S. consumers living in apartments or condos consume eight hours of online video a week, mostly on personal computers or tablets (about six hours), but with a significant percentage (perhaps two hours a a week) watched on mobile devices as well. 

Residents of single-family housing consume less, perhaps less than seven hours a week, according to Parks Research. In large part, that is because residents of single-family homes watch more of their video on a television, using either broadcast TV services or subscription video services. 




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