It’s been a trend for a while now that people are turning from magazines and newspapers, with major magazines shutting down due to lack of readership. But according to a new report, people are also turning to the Internet instead of watching television. The month of December had a 13 percent jump in online video viewership from November. In the US alone, online viewers watched a record of 14.3 billion online videos in December. YouTube held about 41 percent of the market share, followed by Fox in second and Yahoo in third. Do you watch more videos online than you watch TV? Do you read magazines and newspapers or are you getting your fill of current events online? What about books? Have you started to read them from the comfort of your laptop?
Internet takes over from TV, newspapers
By Alexandra Heilbron on February 6, 2009 | 5 Comments