The only continent that’s getting a TV show on the ground is Africa, according to a new report.
The report, from TechnoBuffalo, found that more than 20 million households across Africa had an HDTV subscription at some point during the year.
This makes up more than half of the continent’s total HDTV subscribers.
The study also found that Africa’s population is on the rise.
It has seen the biggest increase in the population in Africa in the last five years, from 3.9 billion in 2014 to 4.6 billion in 2017.
This is a rise of 1.6 million people per year, according the report.
African households spent an average of 3.3 hours per day watching the content.
However, it is important to note that the study only considers households where the content is streamed from.
It doesn’t include households where it’s hosted on the internet.
The average streaming time is three hours per week.
Techno Buffalo did not attempt to quantify the impact of digital content, so its data is likely skewed.
But it’s a strong indication that Africa has an appetite for live cricket and its growing popularity.
There are currently 22 million people in Africa who have access to HDTV, up from 10 million in 2016.
Technobu reported that in the year to March 2017, more than 3.1 billion hours of live cricket was streamed across Africa.
Africa’s rising TV viewership is a trend that’s already being seen across the continent.
In the year of 2019, the African Football Association (AFA) reported that its viewership was more than double that of the European Union.
The AFA has seen an uptick in interest in live cricket as well.
Earlier this year, the AFA announced that the 2017 Africa Cup of Nations will be streamed live.
Africa is also a continent where the popularity of live sports is on a rapid rise.
In 2020, the Rugby World Cup will be played in South Africa, which has a population of just over 6.2 million people.
In 2017, the International Cricket Council (ICC) said that the 2022 World Cup in India will be watched by more than 12 million people, with an average viewing time of two hours per person.
There is no country on Earth that can claim more people watching live cricket than Africa.