The TV Set Begins To Fade As Viewers Turn To Laptops & Tablets [Stats]

technology

A new report out suggests that video content is now being consumed at home more through digital devices than on a TV.

Piers Fawkes, PSFK
  • 15 may 2012

Neilsen has a new report out that suggests that video content is now being consumed at home more through digital devices than on a TV. In 2010, more online consumers reported watching video content on TV (90%) than on a computer (86%) in a month-long period – but the latest research says that respondents are now watching video content at least once a month at home on a computer is now 84%, and the TV is 83%.

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