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New research highlights energy, environmental impact of changing UK viewing habits

Wednesday 15 May 2019 | 11:14 CET | News
New research from Lancaster University shows that UK viewing habits are shifting away from traditional broadcasting, with more data-intensive streaming services now the default option for many.

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Countries: United Kingdom
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