November 16, 2022
Consumer consumption of live-streamed video continues to increase as streaming services increase live-content access. New data from Parks Associates found that 40% of internet households live-streamed content over the past 90 days. The Dallas-based research firm found that live-streamed video consumption reached nearly five hours per week in 2022, compared with less than two hours per week in 2018.
Parks: Sports Most-Popular Live-Streamed Content
Parks Associates’ new video research May 9 reports that 43% of U.S. internet households have live-streamed online content in the past three months, with sporting events by far the most popular type of content. Sixty-one percent of live-streaming users have…
Report: Live Streamers Skirting Payment for Programming
As of the third quarter of 2017, 12% of U.S. broadband households were using a live streaming platform such as Facebook Live or Periscope, and more than a third of households live-streaming TV shows or sports indicated they opted for…
Global Streaming Video Households Top 250 Million
Households worldwide paying for streaming video services exceeds 250 million, according to new data from Strategy Analytics. The firm predicts the number of homes paying for SVOD services such as Netflix and Amazon Prime Video will reach about 300 million…