PC, tablet, smartphones enhance accessibility of World Cup event

A new Ovum report reveals that the advent of alternative viewing methods--including PCs, tablets and smartphones--has made Brazil's 2014 World Cup soccer event the most accessible event in FIFA's history with a reach of up to 5.9 billion screens worldwide. Ovum said that these alternative viewing methods account for 57 percent of those screens. Perhaps not surprisingly, the majority of viewers still favor watching the games on large-screen TVs. Read more

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