Internet sends TV viewing into decline

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  As the leading players battle it out for a position in the emerging TV mobile market, there might not be the market there they hope for, if a new survey is to be believed. According to a report by Ofcom, fewer people are watching television, with the biggest decline in the 16-24 year old age group.

Industry figures say DVDs and gaming, while others point to the growth of the internet. Here at Shiny Media, we think it probably is.  Let’s face it, would you rather sit through an episode of Only Fools And Horses for the 14th time or any other of the tired old sitcoms the Beeb continually repeat or would you rather be reading something exciting you can interact with on the web?

At Shiny Media, we have everything from cool fashion to fab footwear, along with the latest in technology, the hottest gadgets for girls, the best from eBay, tips to keep your computer on top form and much much more.

And if you really have to go back to watching TV at any point, the team at TV Scoop can even find you something worthwhile on the box. Where would you be without us?

Via BBC

Dave Walker