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TV viewing in America peaked to ~9 hours per day in 2010, and remains at about 8 hours per day today despite Netflix, Amazon Prime, Facebook Video, and YouTube (Alexis C. Madrigal/The Atlantic)

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TV viewing in America peaked to ~9 hours per day in 2010, and remains at about 8 hours per day today despite Netflix, Amazon Prime, Facebook Video, and YouTube (Alexis C. Madrigal/The Atlantic)

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pml.png Alexis C. Madrigal / The Atlantic:
TV viewing in America peaked to ~9 hours per day in 2010, and remains at about 8 hours per day today despite Netflix, Amazon Prime, Facebook Video, and YouTube  —  With Netflix and Amazon Prime, Facebook Video and YouTube, it's tempting to imagine that the tech industry destroyed TV.


Source: TV viewing in America peaked to ~9 hours per day in 2010, and remains at about 8 hours per day today despite Netflix, Amazon Prime, Facebook Video, and YouTube (Alexis C. Madrigal/The Atlantic)

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