Viewing trends

April 2016 - TV Overview

Date added: 19/05/2016
File name: April 2016 overview.ppt
Irish adults aged 15+ watched TV for an average of 3 hours and 17 minutes each day in April 2016. 89%  (2hrs 56min) of this viewing was live with the other 11% (21 min per day) time shifted. 

March 2016 - TV Overview

Date added: 13/04/2016
File name: March 2016 overview.ppt
Irish adults aged 15+ watched TV for an average of 3 hours and 28 minutes each day in March 2016.90%  (3hrs 7min) of this viewing was live with the other 10% (21 min per day) time shifted. 

February 2016 - TV Overview

Date added: 16/03/2016
File name: February 2016 overview.ppt
Irish adults aged 15+ watched TV for an average of 3 hours and 39 minutes each day in February 2016.89%  (3hrs 16min) of this viewing was live with the other 11% (23 min per day) time shifted.  

January 2016 - TV Overview

Date added: 08/02/2016
File name: January 2016 overview.ppt
Irish adults aged 15+ watched TV for an average of 3 hours and 46 minutes each day in January 2016.89%  (3hrs 22min) of this viewing was live with the other 11% (24 min per day) time shifted. 

2015 - TV Overview

Date added: 11/01/2016
File name: 2015 overview.ppt
Irish adults aged 15+ watched TV for an average of 3 hours and 30 minutes each day in 2015. This is 2 mins more per day than 2014.90%  (3hrs 8min) of this viewing was live with the other 10% (22 min per day) time shifted

November 2015 - TV Overview

Date added: 14/12/2015
File name: Nov 2015 overview.ppt
Irish adults aged 15+ watched TV for an average of 3 hours and 43 minutes each day in November 2015. Exactly the same mins per day as in November 2014.89%  (3hours 19 mins) of this viewing was live with the other 11% (25 min per day) time shifted.

Who owns What - April 2013

Date added: 29/04/2013
File name: Who owns what April 2013.ppt
A quick overview of the TV landscape - no. of TV homes, presence of multiple sets, size of TV universes and more.

Who owns What - Jan 2013

Date added: 28/01/2013
File name: Who owns what Edited.ppt
A look at the highlights from the latest Establishment Survey including the TV landscape post DSO

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