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Disney Plus and Hulu seem to be getting the biggest subscriber bumps among streaming TV services as consumers stay at home

Disney Plus and Hulu seem to be getting the biggest subscriber bumps among streaming TV services as consumers stay at home
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TV analytics company EDO surveyed 6,809 people in the US about their at-home viewing habits.




A fifth of respondents said they have subscribed to a new streaming service since the coronavirus outbreak began.




Disney Plus and Hulu were the streaming services that the highest number of respondents said they had subscribed to since the coronavirus outbreak began.




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As movie theaters shut down and people across the US adhere to national guidelines to stay home amid the coronavirus pandemic, at-home movie and TV watching has increased.
The TV analytics company EDO surveyed 6,809 people in the US from March 24 to March 28 about their viewing habits while social distancing (the survey was conducted through a third-party survey company with a national panel of moviegoers). The results, which were released on Wednesday, suggest that streaming-service consumption is on the rise.
85% of those who responded said that their at-home TV and movie watching has increased recently, with nearly half of respondents saying it had grown by 50%.
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