Erick Schonfeld reports on a new Yahoo study that shows the disappearance of a gap in online viewing caused by live TV that was present in 2009. He writes:
... Only two years ago, prime time showed the biggest dip in online video viewing as people turned off their computers and turned on their TVs. But now, more people are streaming TV shows and movies from services like Netflix and Hulu, and they tend to watch those videos during the same time period they previously watched regular TV. ...
Seems that even non-cord-cutters are displacing live TV with online content. Tip of the hat to Steve Bass for the link. --Dennis