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The End of Cable?

bundle THE END OF CABLE? THE CITIES THAT SPEND THE MOST ON RENTALS AND DIGITAL MEDIA FROM NETFLIX, ITUNES, REDBOX, BLOCKBUSTER ONLINE, AND HULU PLUS 1. Dallas, TX 2. Washington D.C. 3. New York, NY 4. Austin, TX 5. Arlington, VA 6. San Francisco, CA 7. Seattle, WA 8. Plano, TX 9. Oakland, CA 10. Boston, MA ONLINE MEDIA CONSUMPTION Consumed per person, per year on average from services like Netflix and Hulu: 2003: 134 hours 2004: 145 hours 2005: 152 hours 2006: 163 hours 2007: 174 hours 2008: 181 hours 2009: 184 hours GENRES THAT NETFLIXERS STREAM THE MOST 65.9% TV Shows 8.1% Comedies 61% Action & Adventure 5.6% Dramas 3.8% Documentaries 3.1% Children and Family Movies 2.1% Television 19% Horror \L8% Children and Family \16% Anime and Animation 14.000 000 1000,000 2011 NETFLIX DVD SHIPMENTS VS INSTANT WATCH MOST POPULAR NETFLIX PLANS Hulu Plus Paid Subscribers 36% 3-at-a-time 31% 1-at-a-time IM 23% 2-at-a-time 6% 4-at-a-time 2% 5-at-a-time 750K 2% 6+ at-a-time 500K 250K NOV 10 DEC 10 JAN 11 FEB 11 MAR 1 APR 11 MAY 11 JUNE 11 Methodology: Rankings are based on a weighted combination of scores from the data sources listed below. Bundle Data: Bundle data comes from the U.S. government, from anonymous and aggregated spending transactions from Citi, and third party data providers. Online media and rental spending was determined by looking at transaction at the following top online retailers:, Redbox, Blockbuster Online, iTunes, Hulu Plus Third Party Data: Netflix data comes from Hulu Plus subscriber growth from Online media consumption data comes from the U.S. Census.

The End of Cable?

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There was a time when cable was the be-all and end-all of home entertainment. This was the '80s and early '90s, and you either had cable, or you didn't. If you didn't, you envied those who did. There ...




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