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Recent analysis of viewing patterns and quantitative research from OFCOM and Thinkbox has shown that linear still plays a significant role in the viewing mix for young adults. However, these reports show that over half of viewing amongst 12 – 18 year olds is non-linear VoD and OTT. While the new data has reset our understanding of ‘what’ is happening, what we didn’t know was ‘why’; what was motivating this shift; and if it would remain in the future?
The Millennials Research Project was conceived by Arqiva as a way to find the answers. It was an in-depth, qualitative approach to research the behaviour, thinking and decision making behind the numbers.
This whitepaper captures the informal insights and commentary of a group of engaged, and interested youth viewers has enabled us to closely examine how viewing behaviours and expectations are evolving.
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