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Pornhub Reveals Explicit Traffic Numbers

Every minute, on average, Pornhub has 80,032 visits from people who conduct 77,861 searches and view 219,985 videos. That’s 11,082 hours of video watched per minute, transferring 12,550 gigabytes of data. Fourteen videos are uploaded every minute, adding up to about 2.8 hours of video time per minute. These numbers may seem paltry compared with the number of videos viewed per minute on YouTube (4.5 million) or searches conducted on Google per minute (3.8 million), but they’re staggering when you consider they’re all for one site. – Eric Griffith, PCMag » https://ift.tt/2RxDRKc

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Roku’s Growth Trajectory Looks Solid, but Volatility Remains a Factor

The future looks bright for Roku, but it’s not a stock for the feint of heart. It will continue to be volatile, and if Amazon is able to beat expectations with its Fire TV, it’ll be rightly perceived that Roku could take longer to match its active user base. That wouldn’t be a disaster in any way, but it would slow its pace of growth and share price trajectory. – TipRanks via Yahoo Finance » https://ift.tt/2tjBcvN [photo: Top: Michael Whay / Bottom: TipRanks]

Quarter of US broadband households use free, ad-based OTT services

25% of US broadband households have watched video on a free, ad-based OTT service in the past 30 days and no single service dominates the market. Among the leaders, 7% of US broadband households use The Roku Channel, 6% use the Pluto TV AVOD service and 6% use Crackle and 31% of the households subscribed to HBO, the market leader in premium channels. While a quarter of the households used an antenna to watch live TV channels, overall just over three-quarters watched live TV channels. – Rapid TV News » https://ift.tt/30wFo7t

ATSC 3.0: How cord-cutters should plan for antenna TV’s big upgrade

The benefits of this standard are clear: Better reception, 4K HDR video support, Dolby Atmos and DTS-X support, on-demand video, and possibly even streaming to mobile devices and automobiles. (The standard also has also some iffier aspects, such as targeted advertising.) But ATSC 3.0 comes with one big caveat as well: While the new standard will work with any antenna, it’s incompatible with the ATSC 1.0 tuners built into today’s TVs, converter boxes, and DVRs. – Jared Newman, TechHive » https://ift.tt/38aASOA

Peacock Sets July Launch Date: NBCUniversal Streaming Service Will Offer Free Tier, Ad-Free Subscriptions

It was also revealed that the service will offer a free, ad-supported tier, as well as options for ad-free service. Peacock Free and Peacock Premium (the latter of which costs $4.99 a month for non-bundled Comcast and Cox subscribers) both will come with ads, but premium customers can upgrade to an ad-free experience for an additional $5 per month. (Any customer can also purchase the ad-free experience directly for $9.99 per month.) – Ryan Schwartz, TVLine » https://ift.tt/2FYzySY

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