Report: Users resist poor quality video payment

The emergence of live-content offerings has the potential to serve as a major differentiator for survival in the crowded streaming market, yet more than one in four (27 per cent) of US adults who use a streaming service don’t think ‘live’ is worth paying for yet due to consistently poor streaming quality, according to findings in part three of end-to-end real-time video solutions provider Phenix’s Streaming Wars research series, The Streaming Wars: The Real-Time Differentiator.

Source: Report: Users resist poor quality video payment

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