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Half of Germans watch TV, go online at same time - study

Friday 2 August 2013 | 14:12 CET | News
Almost 1 in 2 (49%) Germans sometimes go online whilst watching TV, according to the Mediascope 2012 study from industry group BVDW and IAB Europe. Over three quarters (77%) of TV viewers in Germany typically go online at the same time in the evenings, with 26 percent of parallel users connecting their internet use to what they are watching (second-screen use).

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