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UK Digital Video Viewers Keep Eyes on the TV

Digital video viewing is increasingly common in the UK, with almost 60% of the population partaking in this activity this year, eMarketer expects. TV content is a particularly large part of digital video viewers' consumption. Moreover, a new eMarketer report finds that TV sets remain the preferred screen for digital video viewing by some distance—be that via smart TVs, ethernet-connected set-top boxes or other over-the-top methods. Full Article

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