Kids and TV viewing — a new report

New report on kids and TV
In what is certainly a view of the future of media consumption, a new study by Knowledge Networks/Statistical Research and reported in TV Week reveals that nearly three-fourths of children ages 8–17 do something else while watching television. Today’s kids are wired, the report said. Six in 10 surveyed have a TV set in their bedrooms; one in three has cable, a VCR or a video game in the bedroom. Three in 10 have a telephone, and one in six has a computer in his or her room. The Internet and TV finished in a dead heat among the children interviewed when they were asked to choose a single medium.

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