A new study has revealed that online video streaming went up
by 60 percent every year, while traditional television viewing fell down by
four percent, in the United States.
The Verge reported that according to Nielsen viewing
figures, an average American watched approximately 11 hours of streaming video in
the last month as compared to 7 hours a month a year ago. TV viewing was 141
hours a month as opposed to 147 hours a month in the last year.
The emerging trend could be due to consumers trashing pay TV
subscriptions for online alternatives.