Study: Almost Half of Americans Say They Can’t Find Something Good to Watch on TV
Between 2010 and 2016, mobile viewing has surged 85 percent while viewing on fixed-screen TVs has declined 14 percent, according to a new study.
There’s more TV available and consumers are paying more for the privilege, but 44 percent of viewers in the U.S. complain that there is nothing worth watching, according to a massive study released Thursday.
The average person spends 23 minutes per day trying to find something good to watch on broadcast TV and will dedicate 1.3 years of their lives changing channels and studying their on-screen guides, according to Ericsson ConsumerLab’s TV and Media 2016. – READ MORE