New research by the consulting firm Accenture has found that people with an interest in movies are more likely to get paid to view them.
The study, titled “How to Get paid to Watch Online Movies,” also found that viewers who are more engaged are more willing to pay for the service.
The firm conducted the study as part of its “Digital Cinema Index” that seeks to identify the “most important ways to get money to make movies,” according to Accenture.
It also looked at how much viewers are willing to spend to view a movie online, how many times a movie is played and how much time the viewer spends watching the movie.
Accenture found that the median pay was $2.40 for viewing, $0.60 for viewing on a slow device, $2 for viewing at home, $1.60 watching on a fast device and $2 to $4.50 for watching on mobile devices.
For comparison, the median time spent watching a movie was about 12 minutes, according to the report.
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