January 31, 2003

Because Of Blogs, I'm Sure:

Because Of Blogs, I'm Sure: A new study shows internet use comes out of TV time ... TV is `casualty' of Internet use

The UCLA survey found that 70 percent of Americans now go online, spending an average of 11.1 hours a week -- up from 9.8 hours a year ago -- checking e-mail, reading news and doing research for work or school.

In the same period, television viewing among Internet users fell from an average 12.3 hours a week to 11.2 hours in 2002, the survey found. (Non-Internet users watched an average 16 hours of TV a week.)

The Internet has emerged as a dominant information source. Of those surveyed, 60.5 percent said they considered it an important or extremely important source of information -- ranking ahead of television, radio, newspapers and magazines.

Posted by Avocare at January 31, 2003 08:22 AM
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