A new study by two leading media research firms confirms what everybody has suspected, and what the television networks have feared. High-speed Web connections lead people to spend more time online doing things like streaming audio and video, at the expense of their televisions. In low-bandwidth homes, residents spend an average of 33 percent of media time with television. With broadband, the number drops to 24 percent. According to the Federal Communications Commission, over a million US homes and small businesses have a broadband connection.
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