24 hour (minute) news?

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Quite interesting, how often you can watch the TV news at 10 in the evening and watch almost exactly the same bulletin you saw at 6 that morning. That’s the wonder TO of 24 hour rolling news.

However, it does seem Discounted though that broadcasters such as the BBC and Sky have been investing in the wrong media to deliver this content. According to research I’ve seen from BARB (the Broadcasters’ Audience Research Board), Usb via the Guardian website, the average viewers of BBC News 24 and Sky watch for only nine minutes per week. That’s out of an average viewer’s total of 26.5 hours a week.

With the average broadband household Messe spending 16 hours per week online, it does seem as if the news revolution took a massive detour around TV news providers and headed straight for the web.

http://www.guardian.co.uk/media/2006/jan/16/mondaymediasection

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