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This paper aims to analyze a pilot study that was conducted with university students regarding their movie viewing habits, focusing on the various influences and sources of information that have an effect on their choices concerning both the methods of viewing movies and the selection of certain movies as well. Among its main results is the general disregard to traditionally highly regarded influences like movie awards or information aggregation websites (such as the Internet Movie Database fordoi:10.17626/dbem.icom.p00.2015.p099 fatcat:tzaxda2ebjgwleo45w42fiwojy