43% online video viewers watch less TV as a result

December 4, 2006 at 5:22 pm Leave a comment

James (Singapore) writes:

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It’s the chart we were all waiting for. Thanks to Paul for finding it. According to a new BBC survey, there’s a direct link between watching more online video and less ‘normal’ TV:

43 percent of U.K. viewers who watch video from the Internet or on a mobile device at least once a week said they watched less conventional television as a result.

Also, rather more predictably, online and mobile viewing is rising—three quarters of users said they now watched more than they did a year ago.

The other finding that surprised me was the size of the gap between the youngest age band (16-24) and the next group (25-34). All around the world, this seems to be the watershed for the digital divide.

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