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Research Reveals New TV Viewing Habits Toward Paid Content and Social Television

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- Appetite for content drives demand for subscription models versus free-to-air ...

- Appetite for content drives demand for subscription models versus free-to-air
- Social media is part of the viewing experience, offering new revenue streams for service providers
- Established Western markets are most likely to remain loyal to traditional viewing habits, Eastern
Europe and Southeast Asia keen to embrace change

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