Video Consumption, Multitasking continue to rise
- There are more TVs than inhabitants in an average American home: 2.86 TVs vs. 2.5 people per household in 2009. Moreover, 54% of people have 3+ TV sets in their home.
Adults 18-24 watch five times more video online than adults 65+: 5+ hrs. vs. a little over 1 hr. per month.
- The number of children (2-11) online has increased 18% year over year, compared with 10% growth for the number of those 2+.
- More than 15 million Americans said they watched online content on a mobile device in Q209, an increase of 70% compared with the previous year—the largest annual growth to date.
- Americans are more likely to watch short-form video on their computers and TV network content on their mobile phones.
Source: MarketingProfs; About the data: All cited data comes from Nielsen's latest A2/M2 Three Screen Report (vol. 5, 2Q09). Nielsen's A2/M2 Three Screens Reports provide the results from quarterly analyses from Nielsen's Anywhere Anytime Media Measurement Initiative (A2/M2).