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Australian Multi-Screen Report Q1 2013
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Australian Multi-Screen Report Q1 2013

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The latest Australian Multi-Screen Report reveals an increasingly connected Australian home, with 27% now having access to four screens: television, computer, smartphone and tablet (16% a year ago).

As people embrace new screen technologies, they use them to complement their TV viewing. While the TV set is used mostly to watch Live TV, new devices are used for many purposes.

The amount of time spent watching TV content and other video on connected devices depends on both device penetration levels and characteristics, with people of all age groups generally preferring to watch video on the largest available screen.

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Australian Multi-Screen Report Q1 2013

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