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NBC's Gaspin, while conceding that there's no way to quantitatively prove that viewers watching online are herded toward TV broadcasts, notes, ``You can only look at the aggregate numbers.
Perhaps surprisingly, the study found that more people watching TV online are watching news video (62 percent) than entertainment programming (50 percent).
Researchers discovered people 35 and older are watching television three times as much as people ages 18 to 34 and consuming nearly four times as much television news programming daily as their younger counterparts.
watching primetime Spanish-language television grew 96%
Over the past 10 years, teen audiences ages 12-17 watching
By pressing the `pause' button, the television action is saved onto the hard disk, so when the viewer is ready to resume watching, they can pick up at exactly the point they had paused, without having to insert a vide tape or set the VCR.
I used to love watching the Olympics - back when they were in black and white and I could see the entire thing on a Sunday afternoon; when I saw most of the sports only once every four years and the winners always seemed to come from countries the size of my back yard.
I blame television for destroying the joy of watching the Olympics on television.
The Burke findings dispute recently published studies, which indicated as many as two-thirds (64 percent) of Internet users surveyed said they spent less time watching TV than they did six months earlier.
I was at home, glued to the TV, watching all that took place,'' said Ray Kuhlow of Reseda, who had worked on liquid-fuel rocket engines at Rocketdyne in Canoga Park for six years leading to the Apollo launch.
The Auction Channel's unique Interactive Bidding System(TM) allows participants to use the Internet or their telephone to bid simultaneously with bidders in the auction room while watching the live action on television or their computer screens.
Laura Haberkorn of Reseda, who has children ages 1, 9, and 11, said she does not usually use the ratings, but rather looks in on what her children are watching.
Fifty-five percent also said that they do most of their TV watching either alone or with friends.