Making programmes for niches will lead to greater success than trying to conquer the masses with generic TV. It results in higher viewer satisfaction and audience retention but this does require programmers to look beyond demographics and segment their viewers more effectively. Broadcasters need to understand the differences between ‘Knowledge Hunters’, ‘Device Hoppers’ and ‘Fans of the Familiar’ and what kind of TV those different groups want.
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