Internet usage overtakes television watching

Canwest News Service

March 22, 2010

For the first time ever, Canadians are spending more time online than they are watching television, according to a new report.

The survey, conducted by Ipsos Reid last fall found that Canadians are spending more than 18 hours a week online, compared to 16.9 hours watching television.

Interestingly, Internet usage and the number of hours watching television have both experienced a rise since last year. Web surfing is up from 14.9 hours last year and television watching rose to 15.8 hours.

Other media, such as newspapers, radio and magazines have all remained relatively stable in the last year.

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