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UK leads in high-tech TV viewing - Ofcom

Thursday 10 December 2015 | 10:53 CET | News
New research from Ofcom shows that 70 percent of UK adults (31 million) will watch TV using free-to-air catch-up services such as BBC iPlayer and ITV Hub this Christmas, putting the UK ahead of all other major European countries and the US, Japan and Australia. The research, part of the newly released International Communications Report 2015, shows that TV viewers in the UK appear to be the most technologically-advanced of European nations. Online adults in the UK are the most likely to watch catch-up TV on a tablet (16%) and use an online service to watch TV or films (81%). Overall, people

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