Cable Pushes Summer TV Viewing to All-Time High as Broadcast Ratings Suffer

Aug 27, 2009  •  Post A Comment

Broadcast network ratings may have tanked this summer, but cable picked up the slack and pushed summer TV viewing to a record, according to The Hollywood Reporter.

A research report from Turner found that the average person watched 32.2 hours of TV each week this summer. By contrast, five years ago, in 2004, that figure was just 29.8 hours.

–Elizabeth Jensen


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