Survey: Hungarians prefer conventional TV services
Approximately 84% of Hungarians are not willing to give up their conventional television services, market researcher Nielsen said after conducting a representative survey, Hungarian news agency MTI reported today.
The Hungarian average is just over the European standard of 83%, the research company added. According to Nielsen, currently 86% of Hungarians subscribe to cable or satellite television.
Only 3% of respondents said they subscribe to video on demand services (VOD), well under the 11% average in Europe, and below the 26% average of the 64 countries surveyed by Nielsen.
According to Nielsen, VOD services serve more as a complement to rather than a replacement of conventional television services, MTI reported.
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