Thanks to DVR and Streaming Services, “Binge” TV Viewers Abound 

A February 2013 study by market research firm Harris Interactive looked at how consumers used TV advancements to watch when they want and “binge-view” TV content. According to the findings, nearly eight out of 10 US adult internet users watched TV on their own schedule. Of those consumers, 41% did so through a cable or satellite on-demand service. 40% did so through a web-based streaming service like Hulu, Hulu Plus or Netflix. 37% used a recording device like Tivo or DVR, and 29% watched physical DVDs. 

Thanks to DVR and Streaming Services, “Binge” TV Viewers Abound 

A February 2013 study by market research firm Harris Interactive looked at how consumers used TV advancements to watch when they want and “binge-view” TV content. According to the findings, nearly eight out of 10 US adult internet users watched TV on their own schedule. Of those consumers, 41% did so through a cable or satellite on-demand service. 40% did so through a web-based streaming service like Hulu, Hulu Plus or Netflix. 37% used a recording device like Tivo or DVR, and 29% watched physical DVDs. 

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