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Social media and news sites most popular daily sources of video

In general, the television set remains the most important screen for watching video and television content, although its use has lowered significantly compared to last year. Among 15-19 year olds, however, the smartphone has increased its lead on the TV set as the main screen for video content. Almost 2 in 3 Flemings watch videos on YouTube on a monthly basis. However, for a large segment of the Flemish population, social media and news sites are the most popular daily sources of video. One third of Flemings combines online video with traditional TV every day.

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Eva Steenberghs