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    A new survey of 1,000 consumers by IBM Cloud has some interesting data about our subscription VOD habits that help define the contours of consumers' yen for over-the-top content providers. Like: Maybe they want a deal.
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    A report from the Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism discovers most online video news viewers would ratherread text than watch video.
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    Nielsen released data on who's watching what on Neflix, Amazon, Hulu, et al, but you have to wonder why those SVODs or studios they buy from don't spill more beans.
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    If influencers are the way to a young consumer's heart, why not make a video creation platform that allows advertisers to use them easier? That must
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