The average U.S. consumer now uses 7 streaming services [Fierce Video]

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The average U.S. consumer now uses 7 streaming services [Fierce Video]

By Ben Munson

December 14, 2020 | The pandemic has kept many Americans home and driven them to seek out even more streaming video content from even more streaming video services.

According to new research from the NPD Group, the average U.S. consumer now relies on seven different streaming video services – both subscription and free, ad-supported – up from five in April 2020. NPD’s conclusions are based on an online consumer survey of more than 5,000 U.S. consumers conducted in October.

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