Is TV losing out to video games?

By on March 9, 2004, 9:59 AM
Sony on a recent study found out that peak usage of online gaming was between 5 to 11pm, a span that encompasses television's prime time but may be losing to habits involving videogames among other 'many' factors.

[COLOR=#1951B9]At the outset of the TV season, viewership in the men 18-34 demographic was down anywhere from 8 percent to 12 percent, leading the networks to question the validity of the data being provided by Nielsen Media Research. Nielsen has defended the accuracy of its data.[/COLOR]




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Mictlantecuhtli said:
It has lost here - about 90% of my TV-card use is to play with GameCube :)
StormBringer said:
Thats hard to belive, especially with all the high quality TV shows on these days
---agissi--- said:
Ya once HD/LCD TVs dont cost an arm and a leg, TVs may go up a bit.
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