Study Finds 25% of Consumers Watch More Than Two Hours of Weekly Video on Smartphones

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Streaming Video Alliance's new "Mobile Video: Exposed" survey uncovers a number of new findings about how people consume video on their smartphones.

The video found that over 25% of respondents watched over two hours of video on their smartphones per week and that YouTube remained the dominant source for mobile video. Facebook was the dominant social video platform, and iOS the dominant mobile operating system. Millennials, meanwhile, also watched video on Instagram and Snapchat and were less concerned about screen size than their older counterparts.

Download the full free report here.

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