Our annual Video Redefined study steps back from our usual focus on the delivery and viewership of traditional TV and streaming services on TV sets in order to explore new ways of viewing – tracking use of the newer types of video content and ways of video consumption now at consumers’ disposal.
This study tracks the growing popularity of content categories like YouTube influencers, TikTok, and podcasts. We look at how consumption of non-TV-screen content varies by consumer segment, the most common use-cases, and consumers’ reaction to advertising on non-TV-screen video platforms. And of course, one of the main goals of the study is to measure the impact that consumption of this content is having on traditional TV viewing.
This study helps our TV industry and advertising clients better understand the competitive challenges posed by “off-TV-screen” content and how those challenges are evolving, the opportunities being created by these alternative viewing options, and what strategies may be effective for their businesses.
Source: Interviews with 1,900 U.S. TV viewers with broadband access age 13-74