ubermiester writes “After years of panicked lawsuits by means of load providers against TiVo and DVR technology in inexact, the NYTimes is reporting on still another scolding fit the substance providers to learn and then closely overlook: ‘Against scarcely every conjecture, closely half of all people watching delayed shows are nevertheless slouching on their couches watching messages with regard to movies, cars, and beer. According to Nielsen, 46 percent of viewers 18 to 49 years out of date respecting all four networks entranced together are watching the commercials during playback, up marginally from terminal year.’ The article also notes viewership increases ‘in the stretch of 7 to 12 percent, with some shows having increases of more than 20 percent when DVR ratings are added. The four networks together are averaging a 10 percent increment.”

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