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New Study Says Youth Viewing Dropping

Jan 20, 2010  •  Post A Comment

A Kaiser Family Foundation study found that the amount of time that youths ages 8 to 18 spent watching regularly scheduled TV dropped by 25 minutes between 2004 and 2009, B&C reports.

That’s the first time viewing has dropped. Nonetheless, TV remains a big factor in the kids’ lives, accounting for 4 hours and 29 minutes of media time per day; followed by music and audio (2 hours 31 minutes); computers (1:29); video games (1:13); print (38 minutes), and movies (25 minutes.)

–Elizabeth Jensen

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