Study shows that the number of people buying television sets in the US has been continuously declining over the years. The number of TVs in homes shrank to an average of 2.3 in 2015, down from an average of 2.6 televisions per household in 2009, this according to the latest report by the Energy Information Administration.
Even the hours U.S. households spent watching live TV and DVR on a TV set per week are declining. This can be attributed to people switching to laptops, tablets and phone as their device in watching videos.
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