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State of the Media: U.S. TV Trends by Ethnicity
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State of the Media: U.S. TV Trends by Ethnicity

How and what Americans watch on TV varies to some degree based on their ethnicity according to a Nielsen report of TV viewing and usage trends in 2010. In November 2010, African-Americans used their TVs an average of 7 hours 12 minutes each day–far above the total U.S. average of 5 hours 11 minutes. Asians used their TVs the least, just 3 hours and 14 minutes on average. African-Americans also used DVD players and video game consoles more than average.

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State of the Media: U.S. TV Trends by Ethnicity

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