One-Third of Entertainment Consumed on PCs

One-Third of Entertainment Consumed on PCs

Wow – great research article about time spent on PC’s vs. TV, Radio, Magazines, etc.

“36 percent of all entertainment is consumed on computers, according to Netpop Research, whose recent findings underscore the central role of the PC as a primary access point for entertainment, reports MarketingCharts.

Teens and adults (those age 13-34) with broadband connections now spend more time in front of computers than watching blockbuster movies or reading novels and fashion magazines, the study found.”
Read the whole article here.

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