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Third of TV watching among younger viewers done via on-demand services | Media | The Guardian

Ofcom said, on average, individuals in the UK watched three hours and 36 minutes of measured broadcast TV a day last year, 26 minutes fewer than five years ago. The drop was most pronounced among 16 to 24-year-olds and children, where viewing fell more than a quarter. The decline became less pronounced the older the […]

Ofcom said, on average, individuals in the UK watched three hours and 36 minutes of measured broadcast TV a day last year, 26 minutes fewer than five years ago. The drop was most pronounced among 16 to 24-year-olds and children, where viewing fell more than a quarter. The decline became less pronounced the older the viewers got, and was largely unchanged among over-65s. The figures were revealed in Ofcom’s annual research report about public service broadcasting for 2016, published on Monday.

Source: Third of TV watching among younger viewers done via on-demand services | Media | The Guardian

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