One third of the Dutch used video-on-demand services




One third of the Dutch uses video-on-demand services. According to a study by GfK. Revenues from these digital sources, even those risen from physical products, the research claims.

Logo GfK (2013) GfK says that especially so-called all-you-can-eat subscriptions such as Netflix contribute to the rising popularity of rag. , In people between 18 and 34 years, the percentage that uses rag-services is highest 45 percent of that group say they use them.

The most commonly used device for streaming movies and series, the television, 74 percent use a rag for TV services. As Dutch use such a service, they have a preference for watching series; 80 percent of those streams, says series watch online. Half of the Dutch say they use legal streaming. Use for watching a movie

The popularity of streaming music rises; As with rag-service says a third of Dutch making services for streaming music, like Spotify. use This form of media use among Dutch between 13 and 17 years are most popular; 60 percent of this group said to stream music. The most popular platforms for streaming music are the laptop and smartphone.

The figures come from the GfK Trends in Digital Media & Entertainment research. It also states that there are now 7.4 million tablet owners are. Where the market grew in the second half of last year by 10 percent, which seems now saturated. That noted GfK incidentally already in May. Among the elderly, the tablet ownership would still increase.


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