Streaming Killed the Video Star?

According to the latest 2011 Nielsen Cross-Platform report, interesting trends are emerging in the realm of video viewership that reflect the growing mobility of Americans today. This infographic done in collaboration withWistia by Columnfivemedia, raises the question: is online video indeed giving network a run for its money?

 

Streaming Killed the Video Star?

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