The BBC’s on-demand service the iPlayer new record highs for average daily and weekly content requests in February, the corporation has said.
During the month, the service reached an average of 8.6 million requests per day for TV and radio content – it’s highest to date. Weekly requests averaged 59 million, up from 57 million in January.
However, at 28 days, the shorter month of February meant that there was a lower overall monthly total requests than in January at 262 million requests.
Mobile and tablet usage remains strong in February, making up 29% of all requests for content, 77 million requests in total.
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