90% of Philo’s Viewing Happens on Connected TVs




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Cable TVFor years we have heard how mobile streaming is the future of TV. According to many, phones and tablets will take over for your traditional living room TV. Now a report from Philo and SpotX put the idea to the test that mobile is taking over TVs.

According to Philo and SpotX, 90% of Philo’s viewing comes from connected TV devices like Roku, Fire TV, and Apple TVs. This supports the idea that most people still want to watch long-form shows on a living room TV rather than on a phone or tablet.

Yet mobile video is still growing. Some of the biggest growth comes from short videos like YouTube videos and maybe not as much with long-form shows from services like Philo.

Do you mostly stream content from services like Philo on your TV or some other device like a tablet or phone? Leave us a comment and let us know.

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