For the first time ever, US consumers will spend more time using their mobile devices than watching TV, with smartphone use dominating that time spent. The average US adult will spend 3 hours, 43 minutes referenced as on mobile devices in , just above the spent on TV. Of time spent on mobile, US consumers will spend on smartphones, a 9-minute increase from last year. In , mobile time spent was , with TV time spent at
Average American watches 5 hours of TV per day, report shows
Time Flies: U.S. Adults Now Spend Nearly Half a Day Interacting with Media – Nielsen
Post a Comment. Monday, June 10, And the inevitable is finally about to happen. The TV industry might finally be knocked off its throne. The shift is quite remarkable and will cause marketers to re-evaluate their strategies. The research report read that an average US adult, this year, will be spending 3 hours and 43 minutes on their mobile devices on a daily basis. On the other hand, the time spent watching TV would be 3 hours and 35 minutes.
Average Briton now spends 24 hours a week in front of the television
Television consumption is a major part of media consumption in Western culture. Similar to other high-consumption way of life, television watching is prompted by a quest for pleasure, escape, and "anesthesia. In alone, an average U.
The average Briton spends nearly a decade of their adult life with their eyes fixed on the television, according to figures that reveal just how addicted we have become to the goggle-box. A typical adult now watches around 24 hours of television a week. However, one in 14 are even more devoted, spending more than 40 hours a week glued to their screen. That would appear to leave little waking time for much else, although the survey from catch-up service UKTVPlay found that many watch television as they go about other tasks. Scroll down for video.