Young people increasingly get TV from computers; TWC gets lower rating

> Believe it or not, they actually paid someone to do a survey that came up with the conclusion that around 25 percent of young adults are watching more TV on their computers. For what it's worth, it also found that men are a more likely to watch online TV. Story.

> Speaking on online viewing, the SCTE has introduced a seven week online course on IPv6 as "part of a comprehensive effort to prepare the cable industry for the transition to the next generation network layer Internet Protocol. News release.

> Suggesting that its growth opportunities are in the past, Morgan Stanley analyst Ben Swinburne lowered his rating on Time Warner. He said he sees more growth in local advertising going forward rather than on cable networks. Story.

> Broadcasters are looking at all the angles of mobile digital TV, including the ever-popular (with the public at least) idea that mobile DTV could make a la carte programming happen. Blog.

> A new crop of DVRs are giving consumers "much more for their money" because they can tap the Internet for streaming video, among other things and a better DVR is reason to switch TV providers. Story.

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