Millennials switch off TV

I DON’T watch much TV anymore.

According to the Australian Video Viewing ­Report, people aged 18-24 watched 31 hours a month of PC, smartphone or tablet video over three months, compared with only 26½ hours’ live or recorded TV.

According to the Australian Video Viewing ­Report, people aged 18-24 watched 31 hours a month of PC, smartphone or tablet video over three months, compared with only 26½ hours’ live or recorded TV.

Or, to clarify, I don’t watch much TV in the traditional sense.

I own a TV and sometimes watch the channels that are freely available by connecting it to an antenna – usually when sport is on.

But more likely than not, if my TV is on, it’s to watch something being streamed rather than a free-to-air channel.

Turns out I’m not alone.

People aged 18-24 are for the first time watching more video on their devices than broadcasts on a television screen, according to the latest Australian Video Viewing ­Report.

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