Americans Still Glued to Their TVs
Americans spend an extraordinary amount of time watching video. They still watch most of it on "traditional TVs."
Americans, unsurprisingly, are still glued to their TVs, according to Nielsen. And when the ratings outfit says "TVs," it means just that: television sets. We're still watching an average of 5 hours of video a day -- 98% of it on a TV set connected to cable or satellite (or an antenna), as opposed to on a computer or mobile device, according to Nielsen's "Cross Platform Report," issued Thursday. That includes on-demand programming