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Communications and media in Australia: How we watch and listen to content

This interactive report, Communications and media in Australia: How we watch and listen to content shows the ways we watch and listen to online and offline content and services.

It includes:

  • what are we watching
  • streaming and online subscription services
  • devices used
  • what are we listening to.

The report is part of the Communications and media in Australia series.

 

What we watched in 2020

What we are watching

  • Australian adults spent more time watching TV and online content.
  • Watching live free-to-air TV continued to decline.
  • ABC iview remains the most watched catch-up TV service.
  • Australians are embracing choice and accessing multiple subscription services.

What we listened to in 2020

What we are listening to

  • Nearly all Australian adults listened to audio content from radio and music streaming services.
  • Nearly two-thirds of Australian adults listened to a music streaming service.
  • On average, Australian adults spent around 13.3 hours a week streaming online music services.

About the report

This report is part of the ACMA research program, which provides evidence to inform our decision making.

View information about the methodology used for the report.

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