Read this: On average, Americans get 189 cable TV channels and only watch 17 - Ars Technica
Summary: In a blog post on Tuesday, Nielsen reported that on average, US homes receive 189.1 TVchannels, but viewers only watch 17.5 of those channels. Nielsen's blog post today showed that the number of cable channels in an average US household has grown dramatically over the last five years, but the number of channels that viewers actually watch has hardlychanged at all. In 2008, US households received an average of 129.3 channels but only actually viewed 17.3 channels. - arstechnica.comarstechnica.comOn average, Americans get 189 cable TV c…
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I don't find this surprising. I think that one's mind can only cope with so many channels. One might watch another occasionally as a result of channel surfing, but I'm sure that each individual has a list of channels that they consider regular viewing, even if only very occasionally. I get Freeview and when I went through the channels (excluding +1 services and things like 4/7) I think of to view, I came up with 17. There are many others but I don't think of looking at them except when I'm desperate and my regular 17 have zilch on.
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