Seven million Australians have streamed more than two billion minutes of catch-up and live streaming content in the past month, according to the free digital television service, Freeview.
Online sources of news are slowly but surely overtaking traditional media like print newspapers and commercial free-to-air TV as the preferred medium for local news by Australians living in regional areas of the country.
Federal Parliament’s new streaming video service has been pulling bigger audiences than some PayTV programmes, claims Australian video streaming technology company, SwitchMedia, which developed the new webcasting service.
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