AT&T: Kids Watching More Video on Smartphones Than TV

Dec 9, 2014 att, smartphones, tablets, 0 Comments


In a survey by AT&T, 36 percent of the people polled say that their children watch video on their smartphones, compared to 34 percent who say their children frequently watch TV on televisions.

AT&T’s report comes from a survey they conducted called, “Watching Content on Mobile Devices vs. TV,” and it included the answers from 682 U.S. consumers.

Some of the more interesting points that came out of the report included the facts that 33-percent of single-member households a lot of TV Everywhere use on mobile screens inside their home. There are 29 percent reporting use of the app outside of the home. Households with five people in it shows the numbers jump up to 55 percent.

For adults, watching TV through their TV, rather than a mobile device, is still the most common method.


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