- A multi-platform strategy can drive appointment-based viewing: Giving audiences the opportunity to catch up and discover new shows on-demand can drive appointment-based viewing. Audiences like using multi-platform, Web-video services, whether delivered via subscription video, on-demand or catch-up models, to experiment with new shows at their own convenience.
- 39 percent of respondents said they discovered new shows through trailers shown on TV, followed by channel surfing at more than 20 percent and recommendations by friends at 17 percent.
- 14 percent of consumers are testing new shows online, or on tablets or smartphones.
- 30 percent of consumers who test new shows through online services return to appointment-based viewing once they become fans.
- Second screens create opportunity in mass media events: It is becoming vital for live broadcasters to deliver content to the second screen that can capitalize on the additional engagement potential of these devices.
- Local or national pride and excitement were the biggest reasons viewers watched mass media events such as the Olympics.
- While watching the Olympics on TV, 63 percent of viewers were simultaneously using PCs, tablets or smartphones to gain access to related information.
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