Live TV Viewing Wanes; More Consumers Poised to Cut the Cord

Two freshly released viewer surveys underscore the fragmentation of the TV marketplace, the surging demand for online video and time shifting, and the changing consumer attitudes toward traditional, live television. 

The most recent Morpace Omnibus study reveals that while 52 percent of viewing is live (linear broadcasting, whether prerecorded such as a TV series or movies, or actual live programming like sports and news), more than a third (36 percent) of viewing is now on-demand. In addition to VOD services, 41 percent of consumers use in-home or network DVRs for additional “on-demand,” non-linear viewing.

Meanwhile, the migration online continues, with results from an Altman Vilandria & Co. survey declaring that broadcast TV consumption on the Internet doubled over the past year.

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