Traditional TV Viewing on the Rise in Australia Despite New Gadgets

 The Australianreports that television viewing has increased on conventional screens as well as mobile devices and computers, bucking predictions that more smart phones and tablets would cause a decline in traditional TV watching.

Traditional television viewing grew by 4 per cent in the 12 months to December 31, from 108.51 hours per person per month to 113.38 hours, according to the first comprehensive national multi-screen report compiled by audience measurement companies OzTAM, Nielsen and Regional TAM.

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