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Growing content, platform and screen choices have caused a gradual shift in the way consumers apportion their viewing, but they still have a voracious appetite for broadcast TV, says the fifth Australian Multiscreen Report.

Online behemoth AOL earned the highest customer experience score in the pay-TV/ISP industry, according to the 2017 Temkin Experience Ratings, but given the field, that’s not saying much.

The flexible display market is expected to surge to over $200 billion within five years, opening the door to “radical new product concepts,” according to Futuresource Consulting.
Latino audiences of all nationalities are interested in foreign-film productions, as local fare falls short, according to research from Zee Mundo.
A full 84% of all video viewing in the United States is still live TV when it comes to home entertainment, despite all of the hullaballoo over streaming.

American consumers continue to stream, binge watch and demand more media - and millennials are leading the charge.

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