Nielsen: TV consumption still growing

It might come as a surprise in the era of booming online TV and video viewing, but the amount of TV watched by Americans on traditional TVs in Q1 2009 actually increased about 1.2 percent from Q1 2008 to 153 hours of viewing per month, according to a new Nielsen report. While online video viewing time continues to increase, it currently comes in at only about three hours per month on average. The old picture box still has some life in it.

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