Published on November 10, 2009
U.S. television viewing has achieved an all-time high, with the average viewer watching four hours and 49 minutes a day, according to figures from Nielsen. That number includes DVR viewing.
TV viewing is up four minutes a day from last year, and up 20% from 10 years ago, Nielsen says.
American homes have more TV sets and more channels to choose from, as well as access to DVR technology, which has led to the increase in viewing hours, Reuters reports. The average household watched 8 hours and 21 minutes a day, also a record.
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