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13 Broadband and Digital Media Stats for Friday the 13th

In honor of Friday the 13th, here are 13 stats for your end-of-the-week enjoyment.

  1. In-Stat projects telco TV subscribers will more than triple by the end of 2012 to 71.6 million
  2. Analyst Dave Burstein predicts we’ll see DOCSIS 3.0 in 70-80% of US homes by 2012 or 2013
  3. Netflix announced it has reached the 10-million subscriber mark… which, according to one analyst could end up being good news for cable VOD.
  4. A report by Knowledge Networks finds that 21% of online users between ages 13 and 54 now watch full episodes of TV programs online
  5. US Internet users viewed a record 14.3 billion videos online in December according to ComScore
  6. The current proposed US economic stimulus bill includes 7.2 billion dollars for the broadband industry
  7. Motorola shipped more than 11 million modems in 2008 (close to 11.5 – and you knew I had to throw in a Motorola stat)
  8. The total number of fiber-to-the-home connections in Europe is nearing 2 million
  9. The Consumer Electronics Association predicts 16.7 million flat-screen TVs over 35″ will be sold in 2009, up 16% over 2008
  10. Motorola has shipped more than 1,000 TX32 cards for increasing downstream channels in a cable modem termination system (You knew another Motorola stat would pop up in here)
  11. 368 TV stations are approved to make the transition to all-digital on  the original D-day, February 17th
  12. ABI Research predicts half a billion mobile TV viewers by 2013
  13. SNL Kagan expects EBIF to roll out to 25 million-plus more digital cable and Verizon FiOS subscribers this year – interactive TV here we come!

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