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Topic # 146549 21-May-2014 14:52
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Just out of interest.

Mine is about 3 hours per night during the week and on a Sunday consisting of the news minus the ads and sport plus two 45 minute downloaded/streamed shows and if I still have time before my bedtime (I'm very anal about routine) a 25 minute comedy. 

Saturday night is usually just news and a movie so maybe 3.5 hours. 

Total for the week is approximately 22 hours.






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  Reply # 1050505 21-May-2014 15:06
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0.67 - 2, typically.




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  Reply # 1050507 21-May-2014 15:09
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Traditional TV - 0 hours a week. We don't have freeview or sky.

Netflix/Downloaded tv - typically one 45minute show a night. Sometimes 2 depending on the day of the week and what was just released.

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  Reply # 1050508 21-May-2014 15:12
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1-2 hours a day at most of watching something, but it's almost never live/broadcast TV.




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  Reply # 1050509 21-May-2014 15:13
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Its variable - there's the TV I watch, and the rest of the time that I'm in the room with the TV on because other family members are watching stuff of no interest to me. And in between that is the stuff I watch with one eye while on my lappie or phone or book or whatever.
For myself, maybe an hour or two a day.




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  Reply # 1050511 21-May-2014 15:17
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To me TV is TV whether its broadcast, streamed or torrent. 

I don't watch anything live and only have freeview as I like to watch the news while I have my dinner. If TVNZ Ondemand could stream the news at the same time as the live broadcast I would probably drop it and go all steamed\torrent.





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  Reply # 1050513 21-May-2014 15:20
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Not daily but on average per week about 3 hours




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I made the mistake of watching House on Netflix Monday night from 9pm till 2am... Wasn't very happy on Tuesday morning.

Usually watch one or two 45 minutes TV episodes in the evening. 




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  Reply # 1050525 21-May-2014 15:53
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Normally 2 ~ 2.5 hours per days.  Usually all recorded or downloaded..  Sometimes the prime News as well..




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  Reply # 1050528 21-May-2014 15:57
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We don't have a TV, and probably watch one 45 minute show on the laptop every other evening. 

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  Reply # 1050529 21-May-2014 15:57
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depends on how many shows that i watch, come out that night.

but probably 1~4 hours. all via the computer..




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It's constantly in my face at work (obviously) :) so Mon-Fri during office hours.. a lot..

At night usually 4 to 5 hours.. Weekends, probably about the same.

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  Reply # 1050598 21-May-2014 18:44
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Probably average just under an hour a night. 1-2 hours on Saturday and Sunday, and less (sometimes nothing at all) on weeknights.

I watch almost nothing live except sport. Particularly anything FTA, as the ad breaks are just too annoying. Plus, as well as skipping ads, it's nice to be able to hit pause if the phone rings, as well as zip through the boring bits etc.

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TV One News some nights, Border Control, Air Crash Investigation over tea. MotoGP, F1, Cosmos. My wife is asian she has her downloads, I'm a doco geek. Very little live.

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  Reply # 1050622 21-May-2014 19:26
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2 hours a night. On weekends, it all depends on the weather.

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  Reply # 1050658 21-May-2014 20:22
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I watch Campbell Live every night, along with some of 3News depending on how much time I have available. I also watch The Nation on Sunday mornings and a bit of other stuff here and there. Maybe an average of 1.5 hours a night?

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