Staff Reporters
Oct 15, 2013

DATA POINTS: Multi-screen trends in Australia

The latest Australian Multi-Screen Report, released by Oztam, Regional TAM and Nielsen and covering the second quarter of calendar 2013, shows Australians increasing their adoption of tablets and mobile phones as video-viewing devices. In addition, it shows increasing use of the TV screen for delayed viewing, over-the-top services and games. However, live-broadcast television retains a stronger hold on consumers' time than elsewhere in Asia-Pacific.

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