Overall, nearly eight in ten (78%) of City adults watched video content on the Internet in 2017. In terms of payment services, nearly one in two City households (48%) subscribed to this type of entertainment platform. online, an increase of 12 percentage points compared to 2016. On average, City adults who watched video content spent 4.6 hours per week on pay platforms such as Putlocker , compared to 3.7 hours for Quebeckers who watched video content on free platforms like YouTube.
One in three adults (33%) watched or downloaded programs, television series or pay movies (this rate was 22% in 2016). The survey also reveals that adults aged 18 to 34 are the most likely to practice this activity, as it is carried out by 56% of them. There is also growing spending on online entertainment. Of the adults who spent on entertainment, 57% spent on average between $ 10 and $ 49 per month (38% in 2016).
Nearly one in four Quebecers listen to music on a continuous basis
Listening to music online on platforms like Spotify, Deezer, Google Play, or others is an activity practiced by 37% of City adults, up 8 percentage points from 2016. The 18 to 24-year-olds are not only more many listen to music online, but also to download it. In fact, 60% of young adults downloaded music on the Web in 2017, compared to 33% for all adults. In addition, the survey reveals that 70% of Internet users who listen to music continuously …