More than 3.1 million homes had over-the-top skinny bundles as of April, according to new data from comScore.
At that point, Hulu’s live service and YouTube TV had not yet launched. Sling TV, the first skinny bundle to launch, was the biggest with more than 2 million subscribers, comScore said, followed by Sony’s Playstation Vue and DirecTV Now, which became available at the end of 2016.
comScore fond that skinny bundle customers were highly engaged with the services, watching for 5.3 hours on the average viewing day.
In those households, the programming available via the skinny bundle accounted for more than half of the OTT viewing time.
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