Facebook, Mobile Gambling And Porn Killed The TV stars? [Infographic]

We all know that “video killed the radio stars”, don’t we? This may sound a bit dramatic in a song, but in reality these kinds of situations are almost trivial and happen quite often. Every time a newer/superior technology is developed it replaces something older. Following the same pattern television has become the leading medium for entertainment and information, overtaking that place from radio and the other existing media. Not to say that radio and the press have become obsolete (after all these media have huge followings), but none of them could compete with the power of television broadcasting.

And now, this cycle repeats itself once again. After being the dominant force on the market for three decades, TV companies have finally found a worthy competition in the Internet and online media. And as we said above, the newer technology usually replaces the older ones.

Still, television has always had dominance in the living room, where a lot of the family activities take place. Usually the interior of the living room is dominated by a big screen TV and computers are nowhere to be found there. But with the development and the advancements of mobile technologies, television is starting to lose the battle even in its most impenetrable fortress. We conducted a survey on the subject and the results show that the consumers’ taste is slowly shifting away from the TV sets. Here are some of the most interesting numbers.

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