In this video, Motley Fool consumer-goods analyst Blake Bos looks at the recent trend that shows the amount of time consumers spend streaming Internet video per month has been skyrocketing. While the overall number of viewing hours is still low compared with traditional television, the growth rate is enormous, which could be a major win for the likes of Netflix and Amazon.com . However, Blake also identifies one major problem in this narrative that could derail profit margins substantially.

The television landscape is changing quickly, with Netflix and Amazon.com among the new entrants disrupting traditional networks. The Motley Fool's new free report "Who Will Own the Future of Television?" details the risks and opportunities in TV. Click here to read the full report!


The article Has 2013 Crushed Internet Video Streaming Records? originally appeared on Fool.com.

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