The average Roku user streamed a record-breaking 340 hours of TV last quarter

If you own a Roku, you’re likely using it more than you ever have before.

Roku Inc., manufacturer of the popular streaming media devices, reported its second-quarter earnings yesterday (pdf). The company revealed its users watched a combined 14.6 billion hours of TV and movies during the period—an increase of 2.3 billion hours from the previous quarter.

Broken out across the number of active Roku accounts in the US—43 million, up from 39.8 million in the first quarter—the average Roku user streamed 339.5 hours of content in that period, or the equivalent of 14 days. In other words, Roku users spent almost 16% of their lives this spring using their Roku boxes.

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