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More People Watched Curiosity Landing Over Web Than On Cable [Headlines]

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Ustream reported that total views hit 3.2 billion, showing the rise in online platforms to stream TV.

Karen Baker
  • 9 august 2012

More than 3.2 million people watched the livestreamed landing of the Mars Curiosity rover last Sunday, stats from Ustream now show. The number of viewers concurrently watching at one time hit 500,000 on the livestreaming site, compared to 426,000 on CNN and 365,000 on MSNBC.

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