Thursday, March 12, 2009

Internet may provide cheap alternative to TV

TBO.comA recent study found 17 percent of U.S. households watch TV episodes on a home computer and 8 percent hooked a PC directly to a TV to watch shows on a bigger screen, according to Parks Associates, a technology research company. Most people said they wanted to watch shows free or avoid ads.

Growing broadband use helps the trend along, and 83 million American households already have broadband, according to Parks Associates.

From the article, "Internet may provide cheap alternative to TV" by Richard Mullins

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