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Almost one billion people to watch online TV by 2013

Posted on Sunday, December 21 2008 @ 03:35:59 CET by

ABI Research claims the number of online video viewers will grow to 941 million by 2013, up from 563 million this year.
“All stakeholders in the online video ecosystem are eyeing the living room,” says research director Michael Wolf. “With the continued adoption of network-connected video game consoles, the porting of popular online video services such as Hulu and Netflix onto third party consumer electronics devices, and network operators’ growing interest in over-the-top video, we see this market for TV-displayed online video continuing to grow.”

The growth in viewing on both the PC and TV screen is due to the growth in all forms of content. While much of the content many consumers watch continues to be YouTube-based user-generated content, there is rapid growth in the number of consumers watching premium content such as prime-time dramas and comedies, sport, and movies.

“There is a continued maturation in the various advertising models for online video,” continues Wolf. “At the same time, hybrid models such as those offered by Netflix’s instant viewing service or pay models such as Apple TV will also grow in importance.

Also, while the economic environment will have some negative near-term impact on online video advertising CPMs, ABI Research sees overall viewing of online video growing over the next few years as it is a fairly resilient and somewhat counter-cyclical form of low-priced entertainment.”



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