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iTunes and iPod Video Viewing take off

Erica Sadun, @ericasadun
November 29, 2006
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More and more people are cutting back their TV watching in favor of catching their favorite shows on their computer and portable devices according to a report in TechNewsWorld.

Nearly half of all on-line viewers say they watch less traditional TV, including those who only watch an on-line show once a week. The BBC commissioned a survey about viewing habits and discovered that about 75% of those surveyed said their computer and mobile TV watching has increased from a year ago.

Apple's growing video content in iTunes is helping to feed this trend, allowing consumers to catch missed shows or take their shows with them on iPods.

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