30 Jun '12, 4pm

J.D. Power Finds Paid Video Viewing is Shifting Away from PCs to Tablets and Gaming Consoles

J.D. Power Finds Paid Video Viewing is Shifting Away from PCs to Tablets and Gaming Consoles

The J.D. Power and Associates 2012 U.S. Residential Pay-to-View Study results are out and they found that viewing is shifting across devices from where they were in its inaugural year. It seems that tablets are having an effect on premium video viewing but gaming consoles seem to get the longest sessions. Methodology J.D. Power and Associates is extrapolating data based on a small survey they did back in April. With 4,097 households responding it means there's a margin of error around 1.5% depending on the actual number of US households. I estimated around 121 million. The 2012 U.S. Residential Pay-to-View Study is based on responses from 4,097 U.S. households that evaluated video service providers, including Amazon, Apple TV, Blockbuster/Blockbuster Express, Google TV, Hulu/Hulu Plus, Local Video Stores, Netflix and Redbox. Portable Platforms Power up Smart phones and tab...

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