Televisions heading in the same decline as print media

Published on by Sandra Atim Okidi (author)

Topic(s): Features

Televisions on sale in Adam & Jarret Electronic Store (photo: Sandra Okidi)
Televisions on sale in Adam & Jarret Electronic Store

 

As people seem to be following news trends in technology, the living room television could end up being deserted. The television appears to be heading in the same decline suffered by print media.

 

Those selling TVs have noticed a decline in sales with prices dropping.  Sales assistant Julian Carden of Adams and Jarrett’s electronics store said “Selling televisions is not beneficial” and that “tablets are taking over”.

 

Media companies are going to be affected by technological changes, the increase in tablets and smart phones alone have had a substantial effect on how we view programmes

 

Young viewers on average have watched 148 minutes per day in 2013 compared with 169 minutes in 2010. British nation on average watched 11 minutes less of television in 2013 than the previous year.

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