US, Video consumption among Hispanic Americans

An overview of daily video consumption by Hispanic Americans (18+), 2014-2016.

The average Hispanic American registered daily video consumption of 04:08 hours in 2016. This represents a decrease of 6 minutes on 2014, when consumption stood 04:14.

Of the four video consumption devices monitored (on a user basis), TV accounted for the most Hispanic American time on 3:50 in 2016, a substantial 02:50 more than the next-placed PC (01:00). The tablet was measured at 00:14 followed by the smartphone

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