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They are the big three and getting even bigger. A recent study by Parks Association revealed that nearly 60 percent of U.S. broadband households subscribe to Netflix, Amazon Prime Video, or Hulu. And they’re crowding out the competition.

According to Parks, only 6 percent of broadband households have an OTT video service subscription that isn’t from one of the three most popular ones. Additionally, 3 percent have a subscription to one or more of the major sports video services such as MLB.TV, NFL Game Pass, or NBA League Pass.

Among those that do subscribe to other services, they’re often doing so in a sampler and trial fashion. Parks senior analyst Brett Sappington said the following:

“U.S. consumers are not taking solely a Netflix, Amazon, or Hulu subscription. Many are shopping around and trialing new services to get access to interesting content unavailable through the big services,”

How many of the “big three” streaming services does your house subscribe to? Have you tried any others?

[via Home Media Magazine]

2 Responses to “Report: Netflix, Hulu, and Amazon Own 60 Percent of Broadband Market”

  1. Visitor [Join Now]
    Danofive0 [visitor]

    I have Netflix, Hulu with Showtime. Warner Archives, Amazon, Shout TV, Acorn,
    And Short List. What one does not have. One of the others will.
    Got way more then I need. No need for cable TV. All for about $90 clams a month. And the high speed net is in that bill also. gGoing at about 275-300

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    HB [visitor]

    We have Netflix, Hulu, Amazon with Masterpiece and HBO, and Acorn. We have had in the past, Sling tv and Showtime.