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Ipsos Study Says Computers Are Stealing More Entertainment Screen Time

They're the new "Switchers." A new research study suggests that TV viewership is down among those who have begun to watch TV via streaming and downloads to their computer. i.e. more time in front of computer screens, means less time...
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