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As for you while millions of Americans are just getting other TV fix and they're living rooms now more more people are watching video.
On their computers and even on their cell phones.
But how do you prosper from that how -- you profit from that that's the question -- -- your reporter Dennis Neal -- is here with me a break down all of the numbers it just saying the numbers that you found.
Done its share of -- 33 hours and nine minutes per week.
That's how much Americans have much time they've been watching video on some screen or another.
Add in three and a half hours per day of web surfing and are up over 36 hours -- that's almost a full time job.
We like to watch in fact we like to watch more video on more screens than ever before and some big changes are occurring in terms of which screens we watch.
Take a look at this real time TV 32 hours three to have bowers.
Per week watching.
And and as well you've got the time shipping I told you about that -- online we're now spending an average -- -- of four hours and seven minutes also online TV.
He's 29 minutes that's a half hour in addition to the web server we do -- phone video now and all of seven minutes.
That's all right -- -- Dennis the phone video out yet I did all the all the handset makers.
I had been pushing and right Robin the technology companies -- -- -- won't take a look at this everything on our -- watch TV but it's just.
I have just for the iPhone -- me tell me if I'm wrong here but you know that little -- screen.
It's really not conducive analyst has to be mobile with but with the TV show right but it's not really conducive -- -- look at.
Go to other strains B on the boob -- are the ones boasting about growth and and just three years.
-- video viewers.
Are up 22%.
The time spent on net video has -- up 80% in three years' time shifting.
-- -- the timing here that they -- cell phone viewing video up.
And that means it's terrible -- thirty million people are watching these shows on their teensy little screens.
So that's again but but I go back to the time that it's being used it mean if you look at I understand that you.
And Internet -- -- if you look at go to any college -- this country right now Dennis.
Imminent own televisions in college campuses everything is on their -- their computers I would think that's we're kind of the trend is gonna go on -- fall the kids are.
That is and that Internet which is -- and made everything in its path newspapers etc.
It's coming after cable wire and cable next wired cable homes down four point 1% in a year Sheryl so 61 million homes.
That's envelope I'm surprised -- okay litigating their update million homes.
So you'll have all this in their latest report will pretty -- and that eight at 9% of this country now has cable television piles upon -- 9% and 75%.
It pays for broadband now set -- 5% penetration very good number we lagged behind much of the world for a long time or finally catching up Dennis thank you very much very interesting numbers thanks -- reckon -- don't -- appreciate it.
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